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(Left to Right) Front Row: Jack Logsdon, Gary Conley, Rick Mounce, Robert Jam- 
ison, Ray Prather, Howard Lamkin, Doug Claunch, Ernie Vaught, Barry Vaught, 
Mike Sheehan, Max Messamore. Second Row: Coach Charles Taylor, Bill Hamilton, 
Chuck Estes, Chris Adkins, Chris Weigel, Bill Phelps, Arville Flynn, David Dorsey, 
Tim Gaines, Joey Hargis, Don Denney. 



Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

AUGUST 1974 





KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Louisville, Kentucky, May 24-25, 1974 
Ballard High School Track Team— K.HS.A.A. Champion 1974 




(Left lo Right) Front Row: C. Handley, C. Schafer, S. Sligap. J. Buhrow, K. Schofer, D. Niles. Second Row: B. J. 
Handley, G. Gibson, G. Goddin, C. Tyler, D. Siirine, J. Belknap, T. Au, M. Dunbar. Third Row: T. Howard, M. J. Ross, 
D. Zimmermap, B. Stewart, J. Watkins, P. Sublett, C. Wheeler. Fourth Row: M. L. Wolf, R. Riggs, M. Dorval, M. De- 
Reamer, B. Leachman, D. Miller, T. Gohman. Fifth Row: J. Sandefur, M. Huber, N. Ryan, M. Seldon. 



50 Yard Hurdles— 

1 . Newton, Moore 

2. Au. Ballard 

3. Buhrow, Ballard 

4. Kreutzer, Fairdale 

5. Mulkins, Butler 



80 Yard Hurdles— 



Time-7.2 



1. Fox, Pleasure Ridge Park 

2. DoU, Jeffersontown 

3. Swan, Thomas Jefferson 

4. Schafer, Ballard 

5. Wolfe, Western 



Time-11.2 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Stewart, Manual 

2. Williams, Central 
2. Bradley, Eastern 

4. Fox, Pleasure Ridge Park 
4. Trotter, Thomas Jefferson 

Time-11.6 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Stewart, Manual 

2. Newton, Moore 

3. Pierce, Stuart 

4. Martin, Thomas Jefferson 

5. Hemdon, Pleasure Ridge Park 

Tiine-25.7 



440 Yard Dash— 

1. Wright, Asstmiption 

1. Ware, Waggener 

3. Sublett, BaUard 

3. Rushing, Valley 



5. Smith, Butler 



Time-60.9 



Mile Run — 

1. Sligar. BaUard 

2. Jaggers, Butler 

3. Sanders. Moore 

4. Jones, Pleasiu'e Ridge Park 

5. Dethereg, Flaget 

Time-5:18.3 
Sligai set a new stale record in this 
new event with her time of 5:18.3, 

440 Yard Relay— 

1. Central 

2. BaUard 

3. Thomas Jefferson 

4. Pleasure Ridge Park 

5. Assumption 



Discus — 

1. Coleman, Thomas Jefferson 

2. Niles. Ballard 

3. Degott, Doss 

4. Bartlett, Thomas Jefferson 

5. Haggard, Butler 
Distance-109' 



880 Yard Run — 

1. Sligar, Ballard 

2. Schafer, Ballard 

3. Jaggers, Butler 

4. Jones, Pleasure Ridge Park 

5. Dunaway, Pleasure Ridge Park 

Time-2:18.3 
Sllgai set a new stale record with her 
time of 2:18.3. 



Time-50.3 



880 Yard Relay— 

1. Central 

1. Thomas Jefferson 

3. Flaget 

3. BaUard 

5. Jeffersontown 

Time-1:47.2 

880 Yard Medley Relay — 

1. BaUard 

2. Central 

3. Moore 

4. Durrett 

5. Eastern 

Time-1:52.2 

Mile Relay — 

1. BaUard 

2. Pleasure Ridge Park 

3. Valley 

4. Southern 

5. Jeffersontown 

Time-4:10.3 

Shot Put— 

1. Starkey. Southern 

2. Kopey, Seneca 

3. Saettel. Moore 

4. Fox, Pleasure Ridge Park 

5. Thompson, Central 

Distance-39'3" 

Starkey set a new stale record in 
this event wilh her distance of 39' 3". 



High Jump^ 

1. Swan, Thomas Jefferson 

2. Smith, Southern 
2. Pope, Iroquois 

4. Mulkins, Butler 
4. Switzer, Doss 



Height-5'2" 

Long Jump— 

1. Samuels, Male 

2. Zoeller, Angela Merici 

3. Sheehan, Assumption 

4. Anderson, Thomas Jefferson 

5. Wolf, Western 

Distance-18'6" 

Samuels set a new stale record in 
this event with her distance of 18' 6". 



TOTAL POINTS 

BaUard 50 

Thomas Jefferson 29 

Pleasure Ridge Park 22 

Central 21 

Moore W 

Butler 12 

Manual 12 

Southern 12 

Assumption 1" 

Jeffersontown — 6 

Male 6 

Valley S 

Angela Merici 4 

Doss 4 

Flaget 4 

Seneca 4 

Eastern 4 

Waggener 4 

Iroquois 3 

Stuart 3 

Durrett 2 

Fairdale 2 

Western 2 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVII— No. 1 



AUGUST, 1974 



$1.00 Per Year 



Report of Audit 



1350 South 1st St. 
Lomsville, Ky. 
August 2, 1974 

To the Treasurer oi 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Dear Sir: 

Pursuant to instructions received, 'we have made an 
audit of the books and records of the KENTUCKY HIGH 
SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION for the period of one 
year beginning July 1, 1973 and ending June 30, 1974. 
In addition, we have prepared and attached hereto 
statements of the Receipts and Disbursments a^d Assets 
which, in oxir opinion, reflect the true financial condi- 
tion of the Association as of June 30, 1974. 

The cash fund and savings certificates on hand were 
found to be correct and verified by generally accepted 
auditing procedures. 

We find the records presented to us for the purpose 
of audit to be in agreement and in good condition. 

Respectfully submitted, 
HUET L. JOHNSON 
Certified Public Accountant 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASS'N 

PERIOD FROM JULY 1, 1973, TO JUNE 30, 1974 

STATEMENT OF 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance i^ checking account July I, 1973 $ 69,682.30 

Annual Dues: 329 @ S3.00 $ 987.00 

Officials Dues: 

Football: 746 @ S6.00 4,476.00 

Basketball: 1444 @ S6.00 8,664.00 

Baseball: 596 @ S6.00 3,576.00 

Wrestling: 5G @ S6.00 336.00 

Girls' Basketball: 61 @ $6.00 366.00 

Reciprocity Officials: 

Football: 53 @ Sl.OO 53.00 

Basketball: 30 @ Sl.OO 30.00 

Officials' Fines 290.00 

Grants - Kentucky High School Coaches 

Ass'n 1,000.00 

Redeposits (Bad Checks made good) _. 30.00 

Advertising in Magazine 1,710.00 

Sale of Publications 1,072.15 

Interest - Certificate of Deposit 3,246.54 

Transferred - State Basketball Tournament 

Account 220,269.63 

Refunds 793.88 

Receipts - State Baseball Tournament 2,413.50 
Football Playoffs: 

A & AA Ticket Sales $10,176.50 

AAA Ticket Sales 19,697.50 

A, AA & AAA Program 

Profit 207.80 30,081.80 

Receipts - State Wrestling Tournament 5,131.00 
Receipts - State Soccer Tournament __ 1,602.84 
Track Meets: 

A 8c AA State Meets 
Receipts 1,699.50 

AAA Stale Meet Receipts 1,828.00 3,527.50 

Receipts - State Swimming Meets 1,137.50 

Receipts - State Gymnastics Meets 466.50 291,260.84 

Total Receipts 360,943.14 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Board of Control Expense S 7,478.53 

Commissioner's Salary (Base Sal. $21,200) 15,148.22 

Ass't Commissioners' Salaries (Base Sal. $45,920) 35,417.60 

Expense-Commissioner's Office 2,354.07 

Travel Expense-Assista^ Commissioners 4,521.04 

Secretarial Salaries 15,483.88 

Janitoral Service 2,076.72 



Postage 

Office Supplies 

Janitorial Supplies 

New Equipment 

Insurance 

Equipment Repairs St Service Contracts 

Blue Cross & Blue Shield 



Building Repairs 8e Grounds Maintenance 

Utilities 

Fidelity Bonds 

Pricing 

Appropriation to KAPOS 

Purchase of Publications 

Delegates to Nat'l Fed. Meetings 

Legal Services 

National Federation Dues 

Appropriation - Ky. D.G.W.S. 

Film Rental 

Bad Checks 

Audit 

Miscellaneous Disbursements 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Appropriations - KHSCA, KASSP, KASA 

Catastrophic Insurance 

Savings Certificate - Tra^isier of Fundls 

Taxes and Withholdings 

Federal Income Tax Withheld 

Social Security 

City License Fee Withheld 

Stale Income Tax Withheld 

State Sales and Use Taxes 



Federal Unemployment Tax 
State Unemployment Tax 

Magazine: 

Printing and Engravings 

Mailing :._ 

Officials' Division: 

State Clinic Expenses 

Schools for Officials 

Regional Expenses 



13,155.60 
7,807.12 
1,778.88 
2,695.44 
3,116.39 
184.40 
861.04 



9,210.06 
400.00 

2,211.12 

1,507.46 

124.49 



4,475.60 

1,575.29 

30.14 

1,088.70 

2,989.40 

1,823.23 

2,679.60 

1,209.00 

3J2S.17 

55.00 

7,032.48 

300.00 

9,210.07 

4,268.49 

5.62 

288.29 

338.00 

285.00 

95.00 

250.00 

87.06 

3,158.45 

1,200.00 

12,000.00 

40,000.00 



29,598.87 



9,610.06 



Officials Emblems 5,182.61 9,025.68 



Swimming: 

State Committee Expense 

Trophies and Awards 

Officials (State Meets) 



455.50 

1,677.95 

744.59 



Mileage & Local Entertainments 

(State Meets) 2,496.45 

Pool Rental & Additional Services 1,060.00 



6.434.49 



Golf: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 
(State Tour.) 

Trophies and Awards 

Regional Tournament Expense 

State Tournament Expense 



2,441.85 
943.52 
231.90 
865.15 



Tennis: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

(State Tour.) 1,111.75 

Trophies and Balls 2,200.75 

Expenses-Tournament Managers 537.20 

Track: 

Regional Expenses 1,197,77 

Trophies and Awards 7,417.06 

State Committee Expense 348.92 

Officials (State Meets) 2,369.35 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

(State Meets) 11,395.45 



3,849.70 



New Equipment 

Labor (State Meets) 

Printing 

Ticket Sellers and Takers 

(State Meets) 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

(State Meets) 



256.79 
426.16 
278.00 

220.00 

303.95 24,213.45 



Baseball: 

Refunds on District Tour. Deficits _ 1,190.57 

Trophies and Awards 1,035.00 

Refunds on Regional Tour. Deficits 671.96 

{Continued on Page Four) 



t'age Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



AUGUST, 1974 



VOL. xxxvn— No. 1 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Ke;ilucky 

Editor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

Preside;nt W. P. WHEELER (1971-1975) Owensboro 

Vice-President LOUIE MARTIN (1972-1976) Corbin 

Directors— Andrew J. Fultz (1972-1976), Olive Hill; 

Arthur R. Hawkins (1972-1976), Ml. Sterling; George E. 
Sauer, Jr.. (1974-1978), Louisville; Frank B. Simpson (1972- 
1976), Louisville; Ray Story (1974-1978), Radcliff; James R. 
Williams (1973-1977), Somerset. Conley Manning, State 
Dept of Education representative. 

Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 



t^o/n Me (Sa- 



^o/n/ni:iiee/ieA d 



Girls and Boys Basketball Season and 

Tournament Regulations 

The Board of Control has adopted basketball 
tournament regulations that will include both 
girls and boys. The K.H.S.A.A. booklet will con- 
tain these in detail. However, these items may- 
be helpful to you before the booklet is available. 
Please relay this on to your athletic director and 
coach. 

The district tournament assignments wiU be 
the same for girls as for boys, provided there 
are enough teams available in the district The 
districts will be held during the first week in 
the month, March 3-8. The regionals wiU be held 
during the second week, March 10-15. "ITie people 
involved in each tournament wiU decide if the 
girls and boys tournaments are to be held at the 
same site and at the same time. It is not required 
that any tournament end on Saturday night. 

There will be two separate state tourna- 
ments, one for girls and one for boys. One wiU 
be played the third week in March and the other 
the fourth week. It has not been decided which 
will be played first at this time. 

All the general tournament regulations in 
the booklet that have applied to boys will hold 
true for the girls' tournaments. The district tourn- 
ament sites will be determined by a vote of the 
schools that have played twelve or more games 
with at least six different member schools. Also, 
this is the requirement for entering a tourna- 
ment. The expense allowance for teams in the 
state tournaments will be dependent upon the 
receipts and will be determined by the Board of 
Control. 

The K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws 
will apply to girls contests between member 
schools the same as for boys. The limit on the 
number of games, eUgibility requirements, re- 
quirements for coaches, number of practice 
games, etc., will be the same. 

The game rules will be those of the National 
Federation. These rules are made by representa- 
tives of the state high schools sponsoring basket- 
ball for girls. The girls' code is almost identical 
to the boys' game. Any person registering as a 
basketball official wiU be eligible to referee for 
both boys' and girls' games. 



The Committee on Girls' Basketball suggest- 
ed that schools employ women coaches and of- 
ficials whenever possible, and that coaches assist 
in recruiting women to officiate. If a woman is 
not available to coach it is strongly recommend- 
ed that one be assigned to be present during all 
practices and games. 

You are reminded that the General Assembly 
amended KRS 157.350 to read in part as follows: 

Subsection 6: Any secondary school which 
maintains a basketball team for boys for other 
than intramural purposes, shall maintain the 
same for girls. 

Subsection 7: Any school district which faUs 
to comply with subsection (6) six shall be pro- 
hibited from participating in varisity competi- 
tion in any sport for 1 (one) year. Determina- 
tion of failure to comply shall be made by the 
Department of Education after a hearing request- 
ed by any person within the school district. A 
district under this subsection shall, at such hear- 
ing, have an opportunity to show inability to 
comply. 



National Federation Annual Convention 

The 55th Annual Meeting was held at the Gait 
House in Louisville, Kentucky, July 2-6, 1974. Ap- 
proximately 850 Board of Control members and 
executive officers representing all the states were 
in attendance. Lt. Governor Julian Carroll wel- 
comed the Convention guests. Other Kentucky 
speakers were Dr. Lyman Ginger, Thomas P. Bell, 
Rev. William Slider and Dr. Tim Stivers. The first 
resolution adopted be the group read as follows: 

(1) WHEREAS, the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association, as host for the 55th Annual 
Convention of the National Federation of State 
High School Associations extended a warm and 
sincere greeting; and 

WHEREAS, the Kentucky High School Ath- 
letic Association did assist in many ways to make 
the delegates feel welcome by providing various 
services; and 

WHEREAS, the Kentucky High School Ath- 
letic Association did cooperate in the administra- 
tion of all details necessary for a successful meet- 
ing; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that 
the National Federation hereby expresses its ap- 
preciation to the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association for a job well done. 



Football Clinics 

The 1974 cUnics for football officials are being 
conducted by Assistant Commissioner Billy V. 
Wise. Dates and sites of the clinics are as follows: 

August 6, Bell County High School, Pineville, 
7:30 p.m.; August 7, Hazard High School, Hazard, 
7:30 p.m.; August 8, Prestonsburg High School, 
Prestonsburg, 7:30 p.m.; August 9, U.K. Commun- 
ity College, Ashland, 7:30 p.m.; August 12, Hen- 
derson County High School, Henderson, 7:30 p.m.; 
August 13, Tilghman Area Vocational School, Pa- 
ducah, 7:30 p.m.; August 14, Mayfield High School, 
Mayfield, 7:30 p.m.; August 15, Hopkinsville High 
School, Hopkinsville, 7:30 p.m.; August 19, W.K.U., 
Football Stadium, Bowling Green, 7:30 p.m.; Au- 
gust 20, Stouffer's Inn, Ballroom, Louisville, 7:30 
p.m.; August 21, Ludlow High School, Ludlow, 
7:30 p.m.; August 22, Henry Clay High School, 
Lexington, 7:30 p.m. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



Page Three 



Football Examination 

Part n of the National Federation Football 
Examination for officials will be given in Ken- 
tucky on Monday, September 16. An official who 
has been registered for at least one year prior to 
the current season is eligible to take the examina- 
tion and work for a higher rating. Officials who 
hold the Approved rating in football are required 
to make a minimum percentage grade of 80 in or- 
der to maintain this rating from year to year. After 
an official has received the Certified rating, he 
continues to receive this rating each year provided 
he registers, attends the clinic for that year and 
officiates all games assigned to him. 



Attention, Principals and Superintendents! 

Each principal and superintendent wiU be 
supplied during the forthcoming school year with 
a card which will say: "Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. This wiU introduce (name of 
principal or superintendent), (name of school)." 
The card will be signed by the Commissioner. 
Most administrators of Association member schools 
admit to their home contests fellow administrators 
as a matter of school policy. However, many times 
these visitors hesitate to identify themselves to the 
ticket takers. The card mentioned will assist in 
this identification. 

The identification cards are not to be con- 
sidered as regular season passes to home games 
of member schools of the K.H.S.A.A. The determ- 
ining factor in the cards being accepted as passes 
is the policy of the individual school. 

The identification card may be used for ad- 
mission to all events at the state level except the 
State Basketball Tournament. A different plan 
for issuing these passes, along with passes to the 
district and regional basketball tournaments, is 
provided in basketball tournament regulations. 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the Holiday 
Inn, Morehead, Kentucky, on Wednesday morning, 
June 5, 1974. The meeting was called to order at 
10:00 by President Frank Simpson, with all Board 
members, Commissioner J. B. Mansfield and As- 
sistant Commissioners Tom Mills and Bill Wise 
present. Mr. Conley Meinning was in attendance 
representing the State Department of Education. 
The invocation was given by President Frank 
Simpson. 

Dr. Adron Doran, President of Morehead State 
University welcomed the K.H.S.A.A. Board Mem- 
bers to Morehead and expressed his appreciation 
for the opportunity to host the 1974 State Base- 
ball Tournament. He extended an invitation to 
the Board to use the facilities of Morehead State 
University for the 1975 State Baseball Tourna- 
ment. On behalf of the member schools of the 
K.H.S.A.A., President Simpson thanked Dr. Doran 
for making the Morehead facilities available for 
this event. 

Jim Williams moved, seconded by Arthur Haw- 
kins that the reading of the minutes of the April 
18th meeting be waived since members of the 
Board had received copies in the mail. The motion 
was carried unanimously. 

Roy Winchester, Chairman of the Policy Com- 
mittee was called upon to present his report. He 
urged aU members of the Board to attend the Na- 



tional Federation of High School Associations An- 
nual Convention to be held in LouisviUe on July 
2-6, 1974. 

Mr. Winchester stated that the Committee rec- 
ommended that the salaries of the Commissioner 
and Assistant Commissioners be increased by ap- 
proximately 9% and that the salaries of the sec- 
retaries be increased by 5% for 1974-75. Mr. Win- 
chester made the motion that these recommenda- 
tions be adopted. Howard Crittenden seconded the 
motion and all members voted aye. 

Tom Mills reported that under legislation passed 
by the 1974 General Assembly, the executive 
members of the K.H.S.A.A. were eligible for mem- 
bership in the Teacher Retirement System. The 
Executive Director of the Teacher Retirement 
System, Mr. Ted Crosthwait, has requested that 
the legality of this bill be determined by a court 
of law before a final decision is made. No action 
has been taken on this request. 

Mr. Mansfield reported that he had a request 
from Coach Dick Bealmer, Secreteury, Jefferson 
County Coaches Association, that the K.H.S.A.A. 
sponsor a state meet for girls in Cross Country. 
Following a lengthy discussion Mr. Mansfield was 
instructed to inform Coach Bealmer that the Board 
did not feel that there was enough interest in the 
sport at the present time to warrant a state meet, 
but would watch progress of this sport each year. 

Following a discussion on the necessary changes 
in tournament and meet regulations, Roy Win- 
chester moved, seconded by Jim Williams, that the 
Commissioner be authorized to make all necessary 
additions or deletions in order to comply with the 
changes ordered by the Delegate Assembly in the 
April meeting. The motion carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion on the need for liability 
and personal injury insurance on athletic officials, 
Mr. Paul Ogden, representative of the Liberty In- 
surance Agency of Louisville, Kentucky, presented 
the Board with a plan which provides for $300,000 
bodily injury liabiUty and $50,000 property dam- 
age liability. It also provides ifor personal injury 
liability of $100,000 per person with a limit of 
$300,000 per occurence. Legal services would be 
provided by the Company. This coverage would 
be provided at a premium rate of $3.00 per indi- 
vidual per year. One premium would cover an of- 
ficial in all sports in which he or she registers. 

Following the presentation, J. C. CantreU 
moved, seconded by Roy Winchester, that the 
K.H.S.A.A. provide the policy as presented for all 
registered officials in the K.H.S.A.A. All mem- 
bers voted aye. 

Roy Winchester moved, seconded by J. C. 
CantreU that all registration fees for all registered 
officials be $9.00 for the first sport in which he 
or she registers and $6.00 for each additional reg- 
istration in other sports. The motion passed unan- 
imously. 

Upon the motion of Arthur Hawkins and a sec- 
ond by Howard Crittenden, the Board voted unan- 
imously to require an individual or a relay team 
to participate in four meets during the regular 
season to be eligible to participate in the regional 
track meet. 

Mr. Mansfield presented the case of Pat Dorroh, 
a student at Muhlenberg Central who is ineligible 
under By-Law 5, Section 4, Preceding Semester 
Rule. Following the presentation of the facts in 
the case W. P. Wheeler moved, seconded by Louie 
Martin, that the eligibility of this student be re- 
(Continued on Page Five) 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



AUDIT 

{Continued from Page One) 

Transportalion (State Tour.) 777.22 

Meals (State Tour.) 1,863.00 

Lodging (Stale Tour.) 684.00 

Umpires (State Tour.) 1,045.50 

Expenses-Assistant Manager 

(State Tour.) 441.00 

Grounds Men (State Tour.) 35.00 



7,804.05 



K.H.S.A.A. Retirement Fund 5,000.00 

Cross Country: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

(State Tours.) 1,720.60 

Trophies and Awards 1,082.75 

Expenses - State Meets 283.50 3,086.85 

Football Playoffs: 

Printing 

Trophies apd Awards 

Transportation 

Lodging 

Meals 

Field Rentals & Additional Labor .- 

Officials 

Ticket Sellers and Takers 

P. A. & Scoreboard 

Commission on Program Sale 

Receipts 

Insurance 

Footballs 

Statisticians 

Incidental Expenses - Board Grant 

Towel Service 

Press Box Expepses 

Special Police 

Honorarium & Expenses - 

Game Managers 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

Usher Service 



341.54 
763.20 
945.00 
925.00 
2,794.00 
850.00 
641.00 
580.00 
115.00 

83.20 

28.00 
150.00 

50.00 
3,000.00 

40.00 

25.00 
194.94 

470.00 
943.77 
188.00 13,127.65 



Rifle Marksmanship: 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

(State Tour.) «0.80 

Trophies and Awards 395.52 

Officials 30.00 

Miscellaneous Expenses 60.00 

Wrestling: 

Expenses-State Committee 741.42 

Trophies and Awards 287.82 

Officials (State Tour.) 1,240.00 

Mileage & Local E^erlainment 

(State Tour.) 3,121.85 

Printing ''"-55 

Rentals (State Tour.) 742.20 

Police (State Tour.) 214.00 

Refunds on Regional Tour. Deficits 42.80 

Miscellaneous Expenses (State Tour.) 165.88 
Ticket Sellers anl Takers 

(State Tour.) 142.50 



530.32 



6,889.02 



Soccer: 

Trophies and Awards 24.00 

Expenses - State Meet 1,217.00 1,241.00 

Gymnastics: 

Expenses - State Committee 382.50 

Trophies apd Awards 171.44 

OfficiaUs (State Meets) 415.00 

Mileage & Local Entertainment 

(State Meets) 365.56 

Miscellaneous Expenses 8.00 

Regional Meet Expenses 307.73 1,650.23 



20.40 
47.94 



68.34 



Fencing: 

Trophies and Awards 

Expenses - State Tour. 

Total Disbursements 3307,361.78 

Receipts 3360,943.14 

Disbursements 307,361.78 



Cash Balance 






.$ 53,581.36 


BANK RECONCILEMENT 




Balance per bapk 


statement. 


June 30, 1974 


- $102,240.60 


Less Outsanding Checks: 






No. 1713 




..$ 30.00 




No. 1721 




31.00 




No. 1888 




29.99 




No. 1911 




98.50 




No. 1928 




69.01 
41.50 
48.00 




No. 1939 






No. 1947 







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No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



1970 
2043 
2044 
2049 
2053 
2056 
2058 
2063 
2066 
2068 
2070 
2073 
2074 
2077 
2080 
2091 
2094 
2100 
2113 
2114 
2116 
2127 
2135 
2136 
2138 
2139 
2141 
2144 
2174 
2183 
2195 
2199 
2214 
2221 
2223 
2226 
2234 
2242 
2248 
2254 
2262 
22S9 
2271 
2286 
2287 
2289 
2290 . 
2291 
2292 



40 



115.00 

7.50 

30.80 

55.60 

48.10 

11.25 

78.90 

46.00 

27.80 

54.40 

53.20 

28.70 

40.95 

119.60 

171.50 

27.80 

11.10 

92.05 

75.50 

28.70 

89.70 

48.10 

72.15 

216.45 

48.10 

13.50 

48.10 

46.30 

115.75 

48.10 

48.10 

28.40 

164.60 

677.70 

218.70 

415.30 

30.00 

25.10 

39.00 

15.00 

21.00 

15.00 

400.00 

217.40 

,745.89 

6.49 

148.24 

224.62 

,000.00 



48,659.24 



True Bank Balance June 30, 1974 S 53,581.36 

1974 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
RECEIPTS: 

Ticket Sales $286,142.00 

Profit on Programs 3,364.71 

Radio Fees 5,942.25 

Television Fee 10,700.00 $306,148.96 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 

Trophies and Awards 

Postage 

Insurance 

Incidental Expenses (16) Teams 

Transportation 

Lodging 

Meals 

Coliseum Rental 

Officials' Fees and Expenses 

Scorers and Timers 

Shot Chart Keepers and Statisticians 

Ushers 

Ticket Sellers, Takers and Guards 

Public Address Announcers 

Telephone apd Telegraph 

Towel Service 

Additional Clerical Help 

Milk Bar Expenses 

Miscellaneous expenses-Tournament 

Manager 

Soloist 

Honoriums and Expenses-Ass'l 

Tour. Mgrs. 

State Sales Tax 

Police Room Expenses 

Transfer of Funds - Amount Tra^isferred to 

K.H.S.A.A. as Tournament Profit 

Balance per bank statement, June 30, 1974„. 

Less Outstanding Checks: 

No. 103 $200.00 

No. 104 157.02 

True Bank Balance June 30, 1974 



2,227.35 

739.89 

527.00 

1,583.00 

8,000.00 

1,719.60 

12,004.71 

14,834.51 

14,051.90 

2,495.10 

924.00 

745.00 

2,600.00 

5,683.00 

370.00 

101.18 

292.00 

50.00 

189.50 

122.00 
10.00 

2,534.26 
13,605.01 

470.32 85,879.33 



..$220,269.63 
_$ 357.02 



357.02 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



Page Five 



1973-74 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 
RECE.a'TS: 

Balance July I, 1973 $ 4,987.26 

Transferred from K.H.S.A.A. General 

Fund $ 5,000.00 

Interest received from Savings 8e Loan 

Ass'ns 486.69 

Interest received from Certificates of 

Deposit 2,787.22 8,273.91 



Total Receipts $ 13,261.17 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Insurance Premiums S 4,757.85 

Retirement Payments 4,200.00 

Refund 144.71 9,102.56 



Cash Balance $ 4,158.61 

K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS: 

Cash Balance — 1st Security Nat'l 

Ba^k & Trust Co. S 53,581.36 

Savings Certificate — 1st Security Nat'l 

Bank & Trust Co. 100,000.00 



Total Funds on Hand, June 30, 1974 $153,581.36 

Estimated Value of K.H.S.A.A. Building 

& Equipment $291,462.90 

Total K.H.S.A.A. Assets $445,044.26 

K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT FUND ASSETS: 
Cash Balance — 1st Security Nat'l 

Bank & Trust Co. $ 4,158.61 

Central Bank & Trust Co. — Certificate 12.000.00 

1st Federal S. 8t L. Ass'n — Certificates 9.000.00 

1st Fed. S. & L. Ass'n — Savings Account 4,789.27 

1st Security Nat'l Bank & Trust Co. — 

Savings Account 26,819.73 

Second Nat'l Bank 8c Trust Co. — Certificate 10,000.00 

1st Security Nat'l Bank & Trust Co. — Certificate 20,000.00 



Total Retirement Fund Assets $ 86,767.61 



First Fencing Champions 




(Left to Right) G. Gesheimer, John Seeley, Mark Wolff, 
Grady Whitelaw, Nancy Jo Schmitt (Atherton), stale 
champion team. (Inset) Judy Smith, Seneca, gills' cham- 
pion. 

Mr. BiU Long of Southern Junior High School, 
Louisville, managed the First Fencing Champion- 
ship which was held in Louisville on March 23, 
1974. There were sixty participants in the cham- 
pionship. The results are as follows: 

Team — Boys — 1. Atherton, 28; 2. Ballard 
25; 3. Seneca, 9; 4. Doss, 3; 5. Westport, 0; 6. Wag- 
gener, 0; Jeffersontown, 0. 

Foil — 1. Wolff, 2. Whitelaw, 3. Winchell, 4. 
Goodman, 5. Spero, 6. Hamm 

Sabre — 1. Seely, 2. Spero, 3. Winchell, 4. 
Whitelaw, 5. Lykins 

Epee — 1. Wolff, 2. James, 3. Winchell, 4. 
Hamm, 5. Grady, 6. Allmen, 7. Lykins, 8. Red- 
dinger 

Team — Girls — 1. Ballard, 22; 2. Seneca, 
10; 3. Atherton, 8; 4. Sacred Heart, 5; 5. Doss, 0; 
6. Westport, 0. 

Foil — 1. Smith, 2. A. Mitchell, 3. Schmitt, 4. 
Myers, 5. C. Mitchell, 6. Gallagher 



Kentucky Country Day Golfers 
Are Winners 




(Left to Right) Charlotte Allen (Individual Winner], 
Stuart Crawford, Becky Graves, Jennifer Guy, 

The Kentucky Country Day School won the 
tenth K.H.S.A.A. State Golf Tournament for Girls, 
held at the London Country Club, London, Ken- 
tucky, on May 21-22. Charlotte Allen of Kentucky 
Country Day was the individual winner with a 
score of 116. 

Fifteen teams competed in the tournament, 
having qualified in regional competition. These 
teams and their scores were: Kentucky Country 
Day, 541; Ballard. 543; Corbin, 588; Clark County, 
589; Stanford, 597; Caldwell County, 599; Oldham 
County, 599; Marion County, 600; Estill County, 
616; Mason County, 621; St. Patrick, 643; Glasgow, 
646; Shelby ville, 648; Taylor County, 693; Allen 
County, 693. 

Individual scores of some of the tournament 
leaders were: 

116 — Allen (Kentucky Country Day) 
120— Baird (Ballard) 

125— Powell (Clark County), Crawford (Ky. Coun- 
try Day), Watson (Paul Blazer) 
126— Ohr (Estill Co.) 
130— Buckler (Marion Co.) 
131— Tuttle (Franklin Co.) 

132— Baldwin (Waggener), Rush (Tompkinsville) 
133 — Parker (Murray) 
134— Keltner (Stanford) 
135— Warford (Ballard Mem.) 



Board Minutes — June 5, 1974 

(Continued from Page Three) 

stored and that he be made eligible the first se- 
mester. All members voted aye. 

The Board declined to restore the eligibility of 
Brandon Chesser of Bishop David High School. 
The request being made concerned By-Law 5, Sec- 
tion 1, Number of Semesters. Brandon has been 
enrolled for 8 semesters. No action was taken be- 
cause no motion was made. 

The next meeting for the Board of Control was 
scheduled for Friday, July 26, 1974, at 10:00 A.M. 
at Kenlake State Park, Aurora, Kentucky. 

Roy Winchester moved, seconded by Jack Fultz, 
that all bills of the Associattion for the period be- 
ginning April 1, 1974, and ending May 31, 1974, be 
allowed. The motion carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



Sacred Heart Tennis Winners 




(Lefl to Right) Susan Nolan and Kalhy Cassidy state 
championship doubles team, Betsy Jones, state singles 
champion. 



Bowling Green Golf Team is Boys' 

Champion 

The Bowling Green High School Golf team 
won the 1974 State Tournament for Boys, held at 
the Lindsey Golf Course, Fort Knox, on May 
21-22. The Individual Tournament was held at 
Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox, on May 29-30. 
The tournaments were managed by John Hackett 
of Fort Knox. 

Scores of the leading teams were: Bowling 
Green, 636; Madisonville-North Hopkins, 643; Dan- 
ville, 647; Doss, 648; Daviess County, 648; St. 
Mary, 651; Clark County, 655; Hopkinsville, 661; 
Russell, 679; Covington Catholic, 689; Corbin, 701. 

Minutes of Board Meeting 

July 26, 1974 

The Boai-d of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Ken Lake State 
Park, Aurora, Kentucky, on Friday morning, July 
26, 1974. The meeting was called to order by Vice 
President W. P. Wheeler at 10:00 A.M. Present 
were Board members Arthur Hawkins, Jack 
Fultz, Louie Martin, Jim WiUiams, George Sauer 
and Ray Story; Commissioner J. B. Mansfield and 
Assistant Commissioners Tom Mills, Louis Stout 
and BiUy V. Wise. The Invocation was given by 
W. P. Wheeler. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by Arthur Hawk- 
ins, that the reading of the minutes of the last 
meeting be waived, since members of the Board 
had received copies of the minutes. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Mr. Wheeler welcomed George Sauer and Ray 
Story as new members of the Board, and called 
for the election of Board officers for 1974-75. Jim 
Williams moved, seconded by Arthur Hawkins, 
that W. P. Wheeler and Louie Martin be elected 
respectively President and Vice President of the 
Board of Control by acclamation. The motion was 
carried unanimously. 

President Wheeler welcomed Mr. J. D. Ray- 
burn and Coach Cal Luther of Murray State to 
the meeting. Coach Luther extended a welcome 
to the Board of Control, on behalf of Murray 
State and and spoke briefly on the facilities at 
Murray and expressed the desire to host a state 
athletic event. Mr. Rayburn invited members of 



the Board of Control and their families to a pic- 
nic on Saturday evening. President Wheeler 
thanked them for their interest in the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association and they de- 
parted. 

Mr. Mansfield explained that two members of 
the Board had accepted positions outside the Re- 
gion they were elected to represent, thereby cre- 
ating two vacancies on the Board. He stated that 
an election was now being conducted as outlined 
in Article IV, Section 2, of the Constitution and 
By-Laws. The vacancies exist in Sections 1 and 5. 

In the absence of Director Frank Simpson, 
Board delegate to the recent National Federation 
Meeting, Mr. Mansfield read his written report 
on the meeting to the Board. Mr. Simpson also 
expressed his gratitude for having had the oppor- 
tunity to serve the Board as President during the 
past year. 

President Wheeler also reported to the Board 
on the National Federation Meeting and expressed 
his appreciation to the Commissioner and his As- 
sistants for their help in hosting the meeting. 

The Commissioner made a report on Associa- 
tion receipts and disbursements during the 1973- 
74 year and presented copies of the proposed 
1974-75 budget to the Board for consideration. 
Following the discussion Jack Fultz moved that 
the 1973-74 audit report and the proposed budget 
for 1974-75 be approved. Louie Martin seconded 
the motion and all members voted aye. A com- 
plete audit will appear in the August issue of the 
ATHLETE. 

President Wheeler appointed the following 
Committees: 

Policy Committee: Chairman Jack Fultz, Frank 
Simpson, Jim Williams 

Trophy Committee: Chairman Arthur Hawkins, 
Jim Williams, Tom Mills 

Retirement Committee: Chairman Louie Mar- 
tin, Arthur Hawkins, Ray Story 

Appeals Committee: West-Chairman Frank 
Simpson, Ray Story, George Sauer and the elected 
representative from Regions 1 and 2. East — 
Chairman Jack Fultz, Arthur Hawkins, Louie 
Martin, Jim Williams and the elected representa- 
tive from Region 9 and 10. 

Basketball Study Committee: Chairman Ray 
Story, Frank Simpson, Arthur Hawkins and the 
first and second Re^on Representative. Other 
non-Board members will be added. 

Football Study Committee: Chairman Jim Wil- 
liams, George Sauer, Louie Martin, Jack Fultz 
and representative from Regions 9 and 10. Other 
non-Board members wiU be added later. 

The Commissioner presented the following eli- 
gibility cases to the Board for possible reinstate- 
ment: 

1. Robert Happy Osborne, a student at Lynch 
High School who is ineligible under By-Law 5, 
Section 4, Preceding Semester Rule. Following 
presentation of the facts in this case, George Sauer 
moved, seconded by Louie Martin, that the Board 
declare this student eligible to participate in 
sports at Lynch High School during the 1974-75 
school year. All members voted aye. 

2. Gary Caton, a senior at Harrodsburg who is 
ineligible under By-Law 6, Section 1. The Board 
failed to take the necessary action to restore this 
student's eligibility after hearing the facts in the 
case. It did for lack of a motion for reinstatement. 

3. Kevin Stump, a student at Paul Blazer High 
School, who is ineligible under By-Law 6, Section 

(Continued on Page Ten) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



Page Seven 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS A GIRLS 

Bowling Green, Kentucky, May 24-25, 1974 
Trigg County High School Track Team— K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1974 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Regina Kirby, Theresa Kirby. Martha WUkerson, LaDonna Diggs. Second Row: Coach 
Brenda Thomasso^, Jeanetta Sholar, Francies Mayes, Dora Thompson, Kathy Hancock, Delores Radford, Martha Crump, 
Katherine Holt, Coach Jim Wallace. 



50 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Jones, Ft. Campbell 

2. Richardson, Bath Co. 

3. Mayes, Trigg Co. 

4. Williams, Green Co. 

5. Utz, Bellevue 

Time-7.2 

80 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Jones, Ft. Campbell 

2. Mayes, Trigg Co. 

3. Richardson, Bath Co. 

4. Park, Villa Madonna 

5. Compton, Raceland 

Time-10.9 

100 Yard Dash— 

1. Brown, Mercer Co. 

2. White, Georgetown 

3. Bush, Owen Co. 

4. Wilder, Corbin 

5. Williams, PaintsvlUe 



TJme-11.3 



220 Yard Dash— 

1. Wilder, Corbin 

2. Travis, Carroll Co. 

3. Diggs, Trigg Co. 

4. Klare, Bellevue 

5. David, Paris 



Time -26 .7 



440 Yard Dash— 

1. Crooks. Paris 

2. Ferrell, Madison 

3. Baker, Russellville 

4. Wright, Dayton 

5. Kirby, Trigg County 

Time-59.1 

880 Yard Run — 

1. White, Georgetown 

2. Friley, Catlettsburg 

3. Wright, Dayton 

4. Crump, Trigg Co. 

5. Hamblin, Williamsburg 

Time-2:27.1 

Mile Run — 

1. Nugent, Hancock Co. 

2. Porter, Owen Co. 

3. Edwards, Green Co. 



4. Reidford, St. Mary 

5. Sayers, Bardstown 

Time-5:42.6 
Nugent set a new stale record In IbU 
new event with her lime of 5:42.B. 

440 Yard Relay— 

1. Trigg Co. 

2. Paris 

3. Barren Co. 

4. Bath Co. 

5. BeUevue 



880 Yard Relay— 

1. Trigg Co. 

2. Mercer Co. 

3. Paris 

4. Bellevue 

5. Madison 



Tlme-Sl.4 



Time-1:48.5 



880 Medley Relay — 

1. Paris 

2. Russellville 

3. Lexington Catholic 

4. St. Camillus 

5. Owen Co. 

Time-1 :54.1 

Mile Relay — 

1. Bellevue 

2. Providence 

3. Trigg Co. 

4. Harrodsburg 

5. Dayton 

Time-4:18.9 

Shot Put— 

1. Parrish, Henry Co. 

2. James, Park City 

3. Ball, Williamsburg 

4. Chenault, Madison 

5. Raines, Dayton 

Distance-35'11%" 

Discus — 

1. Ball, Williamsburg 

2. Parrish, Henry Co. 

3. Camp, Ft. Campbell 

4. Bell, Hancock Co. 

5. Belcher, PaintsvlUe 

Distance-110'8" 



High Jumi^— 

1. Yates, Ballard Memorial 

2. Warren, Lexington Catholic 

3. Jones, Ft. Campbell 

4. Crooks, Paris 

5. Storms, Dawson Springs 

Height-6*1" 



Long Jump^ 

1. Travis, Carroll Co. " • 

2. Jones, Ft. Campbell 

3. White, Georgetown;; 

4. Crooks, Paris 

5. Wilder. Corbin 

Distancc-17'6'Ji" 



TOTAL POINTS 



Trigg County 28 

Paris 24 

Fort Campbell 22 

Georgetown 13 

BeUevue - 12 

Mercer Cou^y - 10 

Carroll County i. 10 

Williamsburg 10 

Henry County _.. 10 

Bath County 

Corbin . 

Owen County . 8 

Hancock County 8 

Russellville 7 

Madison 7 

Dayton 7 

Lexington Catholic 7 

Ballard Memorial 6 

Green Coimly 5 

Providence 4 

Catlettsburg 4 

Park City 4 

Barren County S 

Harrodsburg 2 

St. CamUlus 2 

Villa Madonna 2 

St. Mary 2 

PaintsvlUe 2 

Dawson Springs 1 

Bardstown 1 

Raceland 1 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AA BOYS 

Bowling Green, Kentucky, May 24-25, 1974 
Owensboro High School Track Team— K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1974 




(Left to Right) Front Row: E. Tichenor, D. Bales, T. Bissmeyer, R. Smith, B. Mahoney, B. Haynes, A. Baize, T. 
Bennett, T. Potts, J. Sadler, M. Settler, J. Jones. Second Row: D. Crump, B. Bell, P. Hagan, G. Finnel, D. Robinso^i, 
J. Mellay, S. Ashby, J. Miller, S. Farmer, M. Purdy, J. Greer. D. Taylor. Third Row: Ass't. Coach D. Schmied, R. How- 
ard, J. Murphy, C. DeLacey, K. McKenzie, W. Hinlon, M. Greenfield, S. Majors, R. Frederick, C. Wallrip, H. Trogd- 
len, C. Kimhell, J. Ezell, Coach T. Wigton. 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Mitchell, Tales Creek 

2. Johnson, Lafayette 

3. Combest, Henderson Co. 

4. Greer, Owensboro 

5. Allen, Elizabethtown 

Time-9.8 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Mitchell, Tales Creek 

2. Combest, Henderson Co. 

3. Allen, Elizabethtown 

4. Ellington, Ft. Knox 

5. rronmeyer, Campbell Co. 

Time-22.1 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Combest, Henderson Co. 

2. Collins, Scott Co. 

3. AUen, Elizabethtown 

4. Wilson, Tates Creek 

5. Hank, Paducah Tllghman 

Tlme-49.8 

880 Yard Run — 

1. Jones, Owensboro 

2. Trogdlen. Owensboro 

3. Fisher, Pendleton Co. 

4. Murray, Highlands 

5. Harris, Franklin-Simpson 

Tlme-1:55.6 

Mile Run — 

1. Miller, Owensboro 

2. Trogdlen, Owensboro 

3. Dependorock, Boone Co. 

4. Fifer, Bryan Station 

5. Clouse, Shelby Co. 

Time-4:22.7 

2 Mile Run — 

1. Miller, Owensboro 

2. Cook, Franklin Co. 

3. Moorman, Daviess Co. 

4. Clouse, Shelby Co. 

6. Morgan, Oldham Co. 

Tlme-9:23.2 

120 Yard High Hurdles— 

1. Ellington, Ft. Knox 

2. Douglas, Daviess Co. 

3. Ingram, Bryan Station 

4. Wright, Highlands 

5. Stroder, Paducah Tllghman 

Tlme-14.1 



180 Yard Low Hurdles— 

1. Ellington, Ft. Knox 

2. Jones, Lafayette 

3. Douglas, Daviess Co. 

4. Delvlzis, Boyd Co. 

5. Ingram, Bryan Station 

Time-19.7 



2. Logan, Knox Centra] 

3. Millay, Owensboro 

4. Mayes, Paducah Tllghman 

5. Wilson, Lloyd Memorial 

Distance-22'2^4" 



Triple Jump — 



880 Yard Relay— 

1. Lafayette 

2. Tates Creek 

3. Bullitt Central 

4. North Hardin 

5. HopkinsvlUe 

Time-1 :28.3 

Lafayette set a new stale record in 
this event with their lime of 1:28.3. 

Mile Relay — 

1. Tates Creek 

2. Bryan Station 

3. Henderson Co. 

4. Paducah Tllghman 

5. HopkinsvlUe 

Time-3:19.2 

Tales Creek sel a new slate record 
In this event with theli lime of 3:19.2. 

Shot Put— 

1. Griffis, Somerset 



2. Jefferson, Bryan Station 

3. Woester, CampbeU Co. 

4. Schaper, Covington Catholic 

5. Shidal, Paducah Tilghman 

Distance-55'4^4 

High Jump — 

1. Slaughters, Henderson Co. 

2. Samokar, Henry Clay 

3. Nash, Shelby Co. 

4. Stroder, Paducah Tilghman 

5. Taylor, Bryan Station 

Height-6'4" 

Pole Vault— 

1. Decoussin, Daviess Co. 

2. Finley, Harrison Co. 

3. Wilce, Tates Creek 

4. Brown, Henderson Co. 

5. Gundlach, Shelby Co. 

Height-12'6" 

Long Jump — 

1. Jones, Lafayette 



1. Jones, Lafayette 

2. Hagan, Bryan Station 

3. Jones, Paducah Tilghman 

4. Owens, Marion Co. 

5. Taylor, Oldham Co 

Dlstance-46'11%' 



Discus — 

1. Bennett, HusseU 

2. Hayes. Elizabethtown 

3. Shidal, Paducah Tilghman 

4. Mullen, Henderson Co. 

5. Weaver, Boone Co. 

Dlstance-150'1"' 



TOTAL POINTS 




Owensboro 

Tates Creek 

Lafayette 

Henderson Co, . 
Bryan Station _. 

Daviess Co. IE 

Paducah Tilghman 15 

Ft. Knox 14 

Elizabethlown 11 

Shelby Co. 7 

Somerset 6 

Russell 6 

Boone Co. -__ 4 

-- 4 



Campbell Co. 

Frapiklin Co. 4 

Harrison Co. 4 

Henry Clay 4 

Highlands 4 

Scott Co. 4 

Knox Central 4 

Pendleton Co. 3 

Bullitt Cenbal 3 

Boyd Co. 2 

Covington Catholic 2 

Hopkinsville 2 

Oldham Co. 2 

North Hardin 2 

Marion Co. ___- 2 

Franklin-Simpson 1 

Lloyd Memorial 1 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



Page Nine 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS A BOYS 

Bowling Green, Kentucky, May 24-25, 1974 
Paris High School Track Team— K.H.S.A.A, Champion 1974 




(Left lo Highl) Front How: C. Wass, M. Kenney, K. Fitzwater, B. Bussell, W. Wilder, K. Stiles, V. Hawkins. Second 
Row: Coach J. Shipp, R. Smith, W. Davis, M. Woods, S. Hawkins. J. Fomas. D. Thomas, R. Smith, T. Parsons, O. Cos- 
by, E. Young, R. Ransom, M. Garrard, E. Johnso^, R. Crumble. 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Hawkins, Mt. Sterling 

2. Hodge, Bath Co. 

3. Stephens, Mt. Sterling 

4. Norris, Cumberland Co. 

5. Williams, Todd Central 

Time-9.8 

220 Yard Dash — 

1. Hawkins, Mt. Sterling 

2. Hodge, Bath Co. 

3. Smith, Paris 

4. Stevens. Mt. Sterling 

5. Thomas, Paris 

Time-22.5 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Smith, Paris 

2. Harris, Green Co. 

3. Tinsley, Crittenden Co. 

4. Watson, Heath 

5. Belcher, Bath Co. 

Time-51.8 

880 Yard Run — 

1. Willoughby, Crittenden Co. 

2. Thomas, Paris 

3. McDowell, Carroll Co. 

4. Dunaway, Ky. Country Day 

5. Jones, Ft. Campbell 

Time-1:58.3 

Mile Run — 

1. Baker, Providence 

2. Durbin, St. Mary 

3. Pence, West Hardin 

4. Thomas, Paris 

5. McGuffin, West Hardin 

Time-4:29.7 

2 Mile Run — 

1. Baker, Providence 

2. Durbin, St. Mary 

3. Nichols, Harrodsburg 

4. Williams, Frankfort 

5. Sebastian, West Hardin 

Time-9:44.9 

120 Yard High Hurdles— 

1. Catlett, Frankfort 

2. Rambicure, Lexington Catholic 

3. Curtis. Fulton 



4. Baumann, Dayton 

5. Richardson, Russellvllle 

Pir.e-lS.O 

180 Yard Low Hurdles— 

1. Rambicure, Lexington Catholic 

2. Norris, Cumberland Co. 

3. Catlett, Frankfort 

4. Garner, Bath Co. 

5. Wallace, Fort Campbell 

Time-20.7 

880 Yard Relay— 



Mt. Sterling 
Ft. Campbell 
Bath Co. 
Todd Central 
Trigg Co. 



Time-1 :32.3 



Mile Relay — 

1. Paris 

2. Ft. Campbell 

3. Crittenden Co. 

4. Green Co. 

5. Dayton 



Time-3:29.7 



Shot Put— 

1. Mullins. Berea 

2. Jones, Bath Co. 

3. Gividen, Henry Co. 

4. Bushong, Tompkinsville 

5. Berry, Berea 

Dlstance-51'^4" 

High Jump — 

1. Lynch, Edmonson Co. 

2. Slaughter. Edmonson Co. 

3. Blanton, Mt. Sterling 
3. Davis. Paris 

5. Shoulta, St. Mary 

Height-6'2" 

Pole Vault— 

1. Roach, Trigg Co. 

2. Volter, Dayton 

3. Phillips, Boyle Co. 

4. Brown, Williamsburg 

5. Dohring, Ft. Campbell 

Height-11'6" 



Long Jump — 

1. Norris, Cumberland Co. 
Blanton, Mt. Sterling 
Dumbar, Ky. Country Day 
Curtis, Fulton 



2. 
3. 

4. 

5. Cosby, Paris 



Distance-22'0" 



Triple Jump — 

1. Smith, Paris 

2. Norris, Cumberland Co. 

3. Blanton, Mt. Sterling 

4. Cosby, Paris 

5. Curtis, Fulton 

Distance-43'3y2" 



Discus — 

1. Mitchell, Park City 

2. Gividen, Henry Co. 

3. Jones, Bath Co. 

4. Steely, Williamsburg 

5. Mullins, Berea 

Distance-140'6%" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Paris 33}i 

Ml. Sterling 32^4 

Bath County 21 

Cumberland Co. 16 

Providence 12 

Crittenden Co. 12 

Ft. CampbeU 11 

Fra^ikfort 11 

Edmonson Co. 10 

Lexington Catholic 10 

St. Mary 9 

Beiea 8 

Henry Co. 7 

Trigg Co. 7 

Dayton 7 

Green Co. 6 

Park City 6 

Fulton 6 

Ky. Country Day 5 

West Hardin 5 

Williamsburg 4 

Boyle Co. 3 

Todd Central 3 

Carroll Co. 3 

Harrodsbuzg 3 

Heath 2 

Tompkinsville 2 

Russellvlllo 1 



Page Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



Kentucky High School Baseball Tournament 



Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky 



June 3-6, 1974 



Trinity (3) 



Bath County (4) 



Madisonville (4) 



Somerset (8) 



Elizabethtown (5) 



Holy Cross (4) 



Boyle County (3) 



Bath County (5) 



Somerset (11) 



Somerset (11) 



Elizabethtown (7) 



Paducah Tilghman (4) 



Paducah Tilghman (8) 



Paducah Tilghman (1) 



Tournament Officials 
Kenneth Ashley, Science Hill 
Bunny Davis, Danville 
William Duerson, Paint Lick 
Don Hardin, Morehead 
Pete Mattingly, Louisville 
Israel Pardue, Louisville 
John Raines, Danville 
Eldridge Rogers. Hopkinsville 
Richard Urlage, Fort Thomas 



Somerset 



All-Tournament Team 

lb-Howard Lamkin, Somerset 
2b-Jack Logsdon, Somerset 
3b-Mike Chaneelor, Trinity 
ss-Kevin Paschall, Paducah 

Tilghman 
of-Dallas Permington, Boyle 

County 
of-Tom Skees, Elizabethtown 
of-Dan Omohimdro. Bath 

County 
c- Eric Brandenburg, Eliza- 
bethtown 
p- Anthony Proctor, Paducah 

Tilghman 
p- Dave Dorsey, Somerset 



BOARD MINUTES 

July 26, 1974 

(Continued from Page Six) 

1. No action was taken by members of the Board 
to restore this student's eligibiUty as no motion to 
do so was made by any member. 

4. James Young moved into the Pulaski County 
School district but chose to attend Somerset High 
School. Based upon the fact that the Pulaski 
County Board of Education and the Somerset 
Board of Education have an agreement on ex- 
change students in this area, Louie Martin moved, 
seconded by Jack Fultz, that James Young be de- 
clared eligible to participate in sports at Somerset 
High School during the 1974-75 school year as he 
had a choice of either school. The motion carried. 

Commissioner Mansfield presented a request 
from the principal and athletic director of Hen- 
derson County High School that goK be changed 
from a spring to a fall sport. The Commissioner 



was instructed to conduct an opinion poll of aU 
participating schools and report the results to the 
Board. 

Tom Creamer and Roy Winchester expressed 
their appreciation for having had the opportunity 
to serve on the Board of Control and pledged their 
future support for its continued success. Mr. 
Creamer resigned as a member of the Board when 
he accepted the position of Basketball Coach at 
Danville High School. Mr. Winchester's term ex- 
pired on June 30, 1974. 

The next meeting date for the Board was 
scheduled for 9:00 A.M., Saturday, September 28, 
1974, at the K.H.SA.A. Building in Lexington. 

Jim Williams moved, seconded by Jack Fultz, 
that all bills of the Association for the period be- 
ginning June 1, 1974, and ending June 30, 1974, be 
allowed. The motion was carried unanimously. 

There being no further business the meeting 
was adjourned. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



Page Eleven 



Forty-first Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Boys 

Lexington, June 7-8. 1974 

SINGLES 



QUARTER- SEMI- 
FINALS FINALS FINALS 





G. Plock-Ballard 


G. Plock 








W. Bradley-Henry Clay 






6-1; 6-0 
L. Pickett 






L. Pickett-Green County 


G. Plock 








6-0; 6-2 

M. 
Purcell 


G. Plock 






G. Adams-Madison Central 






6-0; 6-0 
S. Eads 




J. Brown-Madisonville 


J. Brown-Madisonville 








B. Regan-Butler 


S. Eads-Shelby County 


6-0; 6-4 






6-2; 4-6; 6-1 
M. Purcell 










B. Kirby-Ft. Thomas 






M. Purcell-Murray 


6-2; 6-2 








6-0; 6-2 

M. Buechler 


M 






M. Puechler-St. Xavier 


G. Plock 




B. Eads-Shelby County 


6-4- 6-4 




6-1; 6-2 

B. Goldberg 






C. Grobmyer-CarroU Co. 


Buechler 








6-3; 6-4 
D. Lucas 


D. Lucas 






B. Goldberg-Atherton 






4-6; 6-1; 6-4 
D. Gunther 




D. Gunther-Eastern 


D. Gunther-Eastern 








L. Smith-Pikeville 


M. Boling-Bowling Green 


6-3; 6-4 






6-2; 0-6; 6-4 
D. Lucas 










M. Willoughby-Doss 






D. Lucas-Georgetown 


6-2; 6-1 








6-2; 6-2 







DOUBLES 



SEMI- 
FINALS 



FINALS 





Paducah Tilghman 


Waggener 


Waggener 






Waggener 






6-3; 6-2 

Meade Co. 






Meade County 






6-4; 6-4 
Trinity 






Harrodsburg 






6-4; 6-2 
Trinity 




Lloyd 


Stuart 
6-2; 6-2 


Trinity 




4-6; 6-4; 6-4 


Stuart 


Trinity 






6-0; 6-1 
Henry Clay 










Henry Clay 






6-7; 6-2; 6-0 






Glasgow 






6-0; 6-3 





Page Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



Fifteenth Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Girls 

Lexington, June 7-8, 1974 

SINGLES 



QUARTER. 
FINALS 



SEMI- 
FINALS 



FINALS 



T. Wheeler-Tates Creek 





T. Wheeler "^ 


T. Wheeler 


B. Jones 




J. O'Brian-Owensboro 


6-1; 6-1 
P. Logsdon 




P. Logsdon-Stuart 




6-0; 6-0 
B. Jones 










6-0; 6-2 
B. Jones 




B. Jones-Sacred Heart 






6-4; 3-6; 7-5 
L. Montgomery 




A. Fisher-Notre Dame 
Academy 


6-1; 6-1 
A. Marshall 








B. Watson-Model 


6-2; 6-0 
L. Howell 




A Marsh all -HondPT'^on 






6-3; 6-2 
L. Howell 


B. Jones 




L. Howell-Ky. Ctry. Day 


6-3; 6-3 






A. Pollard-Highlands 


6-3; 6-1 
R. Lindsey 








C. Watson-Model 


L. Montgomery 




R. Lindsey-Glasgow 




J. Gibson 




J. Gibson-Lafayette 




6-2; 6-4 








Elizabethtown 


L. Montgomery 




J. Austin-Murray 




L. Montgomery-Sacred 
Heart Academy 


4-6; 6-3; 6-4 









DOUBLES 



SEMI- 
FINALS 



FINALS 



Sacred Heart Academy 


Sacred Heart 
Academy 


Sacred Heart 
Academy 








Villa Madonna Academy 


6-0; 6-1 
Russellville 








Russellville 


6-0; 6-0 
Henry Clay 








Model 


5-7; 7-6; 6-3 
Mayfield 


Secred Heart Academy 




Mayfield 


6-1; 6-3 






Angeli Merici 


6-4; 6-2 
Henry Clay 








Shelby County 


6-2; 6-1 








Henry Clay 


6-0; 6-3 





THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 P age Thirteen 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS AA GIRLS 

Paducah Tilghman High School Track Team— K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1974 
Bowling Green, Kentucky, May 24-25, 1974 

50 Yard Hurdles 5. Meker, Boone County 5. Peck, Russell County 

1 Hishtower Ft Knox Time-5;23.2 Distance-18'4" 

2." Wilson, MkdisonviUe Moore set a new slate record in this Graham set a new stale record wilh 

3. Lynn, Paducah Tilghman new eve^it with her tune of 5:23.2. her dislance of 18 4 . 

4. Keegan, Boone County High Jump — ^*" »3rd Heiay — 

5. Handley, LaRue County i. Murphy, Newport ^- Lafayette 

Time-6.9 2. Telle, Harrison County 2. Owensboro 

Highlower set a new state record 3 Beals ApoUo 3- Paducah Tilghman 

wilh her lime of 6.9. 3. Graham, Fleming Coimty 4. Dixie Heights 

80 Yard Hurdles — 5. Tersalinna, Tates Creek =• Blazer 

1. Hightower, Ft. Knox 5. Distler, Clark County , x .. . - _»„ .♦;;!, »^n,H 

2. Wilson, MadisonviUe Height-5'3" ■^S*?^?**.-^^' ? i?t* ^**'® "~" 

3. Harris, FrankUn-Simpson Murphy set a new stale record wilh ^^1"^"^" U?"f "" "•'• 

4. Satmders, Lafayette her height of 5' 3". ooO Yard Helay — 

5. Dreyer. Dixie Heights t „„„ Tumn ^- Lafayette 

Time-10.6 ^°^9 i^P ^, ^„ r- „„,„ 2. Paducah Tilghman 

in/i ■ir J T> 1. 1- Graham, Fleming County „ rhri<:tian rmintv 

100 Yard Dash— 2. Harris, FrankUn-Simpson I Eixie H^lehtr 

1. Blackburn, Lafayette 3. Meade, Paducah Tilghman , ^""? r„,,°Vv 

2. Reid, North Hardin 4. pietramtone. Henderson County "■ ""*" <-ouniy 

3. Cargole, Breckinridge Co. v j njr ji 01 ^'™^"'-*''' 

4. Hughes, Campbell County TOTAL POINTS ^°^ Yard Medley Relay — 

5. Ridgeway, Paducah Tilghman 1. Fleming County 

Tlme-10.8 Paducah TUghman 35 2. Paducah Tilghman 

220 Yard Dash— ll^^Se '^""*'' 20 ?. Christian County 

1. Reid, North Hardin SoS^"" ouniV"::::":::::::::::::: " , t F^fKnof 

2. Smotherman, Frankhn Co. Fleming County - 14li °- ^ortK-nox Time-1-512 

3. Thomas, Blazer Fori Knox 13 .,., „ , 

4. Ridgeway, Paducah Tilghman Harrison County 12 Mile Relay — 

5. Theis, Highlands North HariUn 12 1. Boone County 

Time-25.9 Madisonville 10 2. Franklin County 

440 Yard Dash— rS^uti^S'iio'Cw.V I I Harrison County 

1 dviannnr, PaHii,.ah Tilffhman Christian Couiity 8 4. Owensboro 

I' Utz Boone CoS^y FrankUn-Simpson 7 5. Shelby County 

3 Theis mehlandf ?""n Heights 7 Time-4:02.0 

4: ?homafl"zer' ^ort "J 1^^ wi?^°Sfe-^°}SJr ^f 4%?^ '*""' """* 

c ■i\/r.,..r-u Tjr^^^if^^^ r^rtiiri+t, V iT.*^ V •... « with their tune ot 4:02.0. 

5. Marsh, Harrison County Ashland Blazer 6 ov.-* o,,* 

Time-58.0 Owensboro .. 6 °"°* ^"* — 

oon v=,/i Tl..n HopkinsviUe 6 1- Hamilton, Paducah Tilghman 

,,.?.",,■ r^ * Shelby County 4 2. Patrick, Boyd County 

1. Moore, Franklin Coimty Highlands _ .. _ . 4 3. Wheeler, Boyd County 

2. Zembrandt, Boone County Bourbon County 4 4. Coates, Madisonville 

3. Jones, Shelby County Breckinridge County 3 5. McKay, Marion County 

4. Butler, Christian County Daviess County 2 Distance-40'1" 

5. Morris, Apollo Campbell County 2 Di<!ru«! . 

Time-2:19.9 Henderson county 2 '^T^^^^y,,, HopkinsviUe 

Mile Run— RusseU c!JIm^ '^ 1 2. Hawkins, Harrison County 

1. Moore, Franklin County LaRue County I " 1 3. Hamilton, Paducah Tilghman 

2. Witt, Bourbon County Marion County I"I~ Z" I 4- Holmes, North Hardin 

3. Morris, ApoUo Clark County __~II~II M 5- Coconougher, Washington Co. 

4. Davidson, Daviess County Tates Creek V2 Distance-118'IU 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AAA BOYS 
St. Xavier High School Track Team— K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1974 



Louisville, Kentucky, May 24-25, 1974 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Perciful, St. Xavier 
1. Drake. Flaget 

3. Hill, Thomas Jefferson 

4. Snyder, Trinity 

5. Ruemmele, Waggener 

Time-10.2 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Perciful, St. Xavier 

2. Drake, Flaget 

3. Judak, Ballard 

3. Ruemmele, Waggener 
5. Johnson, St. Xavier 

Time-21.9 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Hill, Thomas Jefferson 

2. Pendleton, Male 

3. Crick, St. Xavier 

4. Rowan, Valley 

5. Gerding, Trinity 

Time-48.0 
880 Yard Run — 

1. Buechler, St. Xavier 
1. Hill, Thomas Jefferson 

3. Long, Male 

4. Sensenbrenner, Westport 

5. Noe, Trinity 

Time -1:56 .3 
Mile Run — 

1. Buechler, St. Xavier 

2. Noe, Trinity 



3. Leavelle. Atherton 

4. Dolson, Ballard 

5. Evans, Manual 



Time-4:15.0 



2 Mile Run — 

1. Dawkins. Westport 

2. Kenny, St. Xavier 

3. Colemans, Ballard 

4. Greschel, Fairdale 

5. Dunlap, Stuart 

Time-9:28.5 

120 Yard High Hurdles— 

1. Johnson, Eastern 
1. Triplett, Manual 

3. Leavell, Flaget 

4. Mattingly, Southern 

5. Zagorski, Ballard 

Time-14.8 

180 Yard Low Hurdles— 

1. Johnson, Eastern 

2. Kennedy, Thomas Jefferson 

3. Triplett, Manual 

4. Nix, St. Xavier 

5. Hardin, Central 

Tlme-20.0 

880 Yard Relay— 

1. St. Xavier 

2. Male 

3. Manual 

4. Westport 



5. Valley 



Mile Relay — 

1. St. Xavier 

2. Male 

3. Eastern 

4. Trinity 

5. Stuart 

Shot Put— 

1. Towns, Male 

2. Alvey, Doss 

3. Ratliff, Moore 

4. Carter, Western 

5. Smith, Male 



Time-1 :30.3 



Time-3:25.5 



Distance-56'9" 



High Jump^ 

1. Smith, Central 

2. Heissler, Iroquois 
2. Dalton, Waggener 

4. Stephens, Male 

5. Flannigan, Ballard 

Pole Vault — 

1. Poling, Ballard 

1. AUgeier, Durrett 

1. Sexton, Eastern 

1. Wolfe, Stuart 

5. Foley, Butler 



Height-6'6" 



Height-12'6" 



Page Fourteen 

Long Jump — 

1. Packer, Flaget 

2. Caulfield, Jeffersontown 

3. Hayden, Bishop David 

4. Hagan, St. Xavier 

5. McMurray, Manual 

Distance-22'5" 

Triple Jump — 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1974 



1. 


McNairy 


Male 




2. 


Gully, Flaget 




3. 


Johnson, 


Eastern 




4. 


Hayden, 


Bishop David 




5. 


Brazley, 


Seneca 








Distance 


-42'S 


Discus — 






1. 


Towns, Male 





2. Keene, Trinity 

3. PurceU, Flaget 

4. Perdue, Moore 

5. Carter, Western 

Distance-148'2" 



TOTAL POINTS 

SI. Xavier 48 

Male 36 

Flaget 24 

Eastern 21 

Thomas Jefferson 17 

BaUard 16 

Trinity 14 

Ma^aual 12 



Westport 10 

Central 7 

Waggener 6 

Bishop David 5 

Moore 5 

Doss 

Durrett 

Iroquois 

Jeffersontown 

Stuart 

Atherton 3 

Valley 3 

Western 3 

Fairdale 2 

Southern 2 

Butler 1 

Seneca 1 

Pleasure Ridge Park 



Member Schools in Basketball, 1973-1974 
Officials' Ratings on Sportsmanship of K.H.S.A.A: 



SCHOOL 

Adair County 

Adairville 

Ahrens Voc. Tech. 

Allen Central 

Allen County 

Anderson County 

Annville Inst. 

Apollo 

Atherton 

Auburn 

Augusta 

Ballard 

Ballard Memorial 

BarbourviUe 

Bardstown 

Barren County 

Bath County 

Beechvkiood 

BeUry 

Bell County 

Bellevue 

Benton 

Berea Comm. 

Beth Haven 

Bethlehem 

Betsy Layne 

Bishop Brossart 

Bishop David 

Boone County 

Bourbon County 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Boyle County 

Bracken County 

Breathitt Co. 

Breckinridge Co. 

Bremen 

Bryan Station 

Buckhorn 

Bullitt Central 

Burgin 

Burnside 

Butler 

Butler Cotmty 

Caldwell County 

Calloway County 

Campbell County 

CampbeUsville 

Caneyville 

CarUsle County 

Carr Creek 

Carroll County 

Casey County 

Catlettsburg 

Caverna 

Central 

Central City 

Chandler's Chapel 

Christian Co. 

Clarkson 

Clay County 

Clinton County 

Combs Memorial 

Conner 

Corbin 

Cordia 

Covington Cath. 

Covington Latin 

Crab Orchard 

Crittenden Co. 

Cuba 

Cumberland 

Cumberland Co. 



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urakesboro 

Uoss 

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Durrett 

Kariington _. 

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h;ast Hardin 

iiastern 

fidmonson County 

hjlizaoethtown 

JiiRhorn City 

Elliott County 

Eminence 

Estill County 

EubanK 

Evarts 

Ezei 

Fairdale 

i'airview 

i'ancy Farm 

Farmington ___. 

Feds Creek 

Fern Creek 

Flaget 

Fleming County 

Fleming-Neon 

FordsvUle 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Frankiort 

Franklin County 

Franklin-Simpson 

Frederick Fraize . 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Gallatin County 

Gamaliel 

Garrard County 

George Rogers Clark 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Graham 

Grant County 

Green Coimty 

Greenup County 

Greenville 

Hancock County 

Harlan 

Harrison County 

Harrodsburg 

Hart Coimty 

Hazard 

Hazel Green Academy 

Heath 

Henderson 

Henderson County 

Henderson Settlement 

Henry Clay 

Henry County 

Hickman County 

Highlands 

Hlndman 

Hiseville 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

Holy Family 

Hopkinsville 

Hughes-Kirk 

Hustonville 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jackson County 

James A. Cawood 

Jelfersontown 

Jenkins 

Jessamine Coimty 

Johns Creek 

Johnson Central 

Ky. Country Day 

Kentucky School for the Deaf . 

Knott County 

Knox Central 

Lafayette 

I-aRue County 

Laurel County 

Lee County 

Leitchfield 

Leslie County 

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Lowes 

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Lynch 

Lynn Camp 

Lyon County 

McCreary County 

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McKinney 

McLean County 

Madison 

Madison Central 

MadisonviUe-North Hopkins . 

Male 

Marion C. Moore 

Marlon Covmty 

Mason County 

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MaysviUe 

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Meade County 

Memorial 

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Murray 

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North Hardin 

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Ohio County 

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{Continued Sept. Athlete) 



CAN ATHLETIC INJURIES AND COST 
OF ATHLETIC INSURANCE BE REDUCED? 

HERE ARE SOME SUGGESTIONS THAT WILL HELP: 



1. Secure a team physician. Your local Medical Society can advise on 
this. 

2. Require players to be physically fit and well conditioned before 
engaging in contact. 

3. Do not allow a player with an injury to participate until he has 
medical approval to do so. 

4. Make sure equipment is adequate, in good condition, and that it is 
properly worn. 

5. Consider carefully the length of practice sessions. The latter part 
of lengthy sessions produces the most injuries. 

6. Require injuries to be reported to you promptly and refer those 
needing attention to the physician at once. 

7. Get your players interested in injury prevention and fitness. Any 
player is more valuable without casts and crutches. 

8. Our Cooperative Football Plan and Student Insurance provide 
excellent coverage, service and economy. 



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Football Districts and Regions 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association set the football dis- 
tricts and regions for 1973 and 1974 as follows: 

Class AAA 
Region I 
District 1 — 

DeSales, Iroquois, Male, Shawnee, Trinity 
District 2 — 

Atherton, Bishop David, Central, duPont 
Manual, St. Xavier 

Region II 
District 1 — 

Butler, Doss, Pleasure Ridge Park, Valley, 
Western 
District 2 — 

Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Marion C. Moore, 
Thomas Jefferson 
District 3 — 

Durrett, Fairdale, Jesse Stuart, Southern 
District 4 — 

Ballard, Eastern, Seneca, Waggener, Westport 

Class AA 
Region I 
District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Caldwell County, Christian 
County, FrankUn-Simpson, Hopkinsville, Lone 
Oak, Mayfield, Marshall County, Paducah Tilgh- 
man 
District 2 — 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson, Hender- 
son County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Union 
County 

Region II 
District 1 — 

Adair County, Breckinridge County, Bullitt 
Central, East Hardin, EUzabethtown, Fort Knox, 
LaRue County, Marion County, Meade County, 
Nelson County, North Hardin, Oldham County, 
Shelby County, Warren Central 
District 2 — 

Bourbon County, Casey County, Danville, 
Harrison County, Jessamine County, Lincoln 
County, Scott County, Somerset, Woodford County 

Region III 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Conner, 
Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 
Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport Cath- 
olic, Simon Kenton 
District 2 — 

Bryan Station, Clark County, Franklin Coun- 
ty, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Madison Central, Paul 
G. Blazer, Tates Creek 

Region IV 

District 1 — 

Bell County, Corbin, Cumberland, Evarts, 
James A. Cawood, Knox Central, Laurel County, 
Middlesboro, Rockcastle County, Russell County, 
Whitley County, Wayne County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Boyd County, Breathitt County, East 
Carter, Greenup County, Hazard, Johnson Cen- 
tral, Leslie County, M. C. Napier, Prestonsburg, 
Russell, Whitesburg 



Class A 
Region I 
District 1 — 

Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Fulton, 
Fulton County, Heath, McLean County, Murray, 
Reidland, Russellville, Todd Central, Trigg Coun- 
ty, Webster County 
District 2 — 

Allen County, Barren County, Butler County, 
Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, Cum- 
berland County, Edmonson County, Gamaliel, 
Glasgow, Green County, Hancock County, Hart 
County, Metcalfe County, Taylor County, Tomp- 
kinsville, Warren East. 

Region II 
District 1 — 

Anderson County, Bardstown, Boyle Coun- 
ty, Garrard County, Harrodsburg, Kentucky 
School for the Deaf, Mercer County, Washington 
County 
District 2 — 

Berea, Estill County, Frankfort, Georgetown, 
Madison, Millersburg Military Institute, Nicholas 
County, Paris, Sayre 

Region III 
District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Beth Haven, Carroll 
County, Dayton, Eminence, Henry County, Ken- 
tucky Country Day, Ludlow, Owen County, Shel- 
byville, Trimble County 
District 2 — 

Bath County, Fairview, Fleming County, 
Lewis County, Louisa, Maysville, Montgomery 
County, Morgan County, Mt. Sterling, Raceland, 
Rowan County, West Carter 

Region IV 
District 1 — 

Harlan, Lynch, Lynn Camp, Pineville, Wil- 
liamsburg 
District 2 — 

Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Johns 
Creek, Mullins, Paintsville, Phelps, Pikeville, Vir- 
gie, Wheelwright 



The Federation Seal 

(On The Cover) 

The National Federation Seal was designed as 
a heraldic coat of arms which may be displayed 
with prideful enjoyment as long as deeds are con- 
sistent with the high purposes on which the or- 
ganization was founded. 

A condensed explanation of the symbols in 
the seal follows: 

The Seal is a Circle to encourage those who 
make up the working machine to be a closely 
knit group with a friendly and cooperative regard 
that characterizes a family circle. 

The National Federation Name is an arch, the 
engineer's symbol of strength. The arch is firmly 
notched in the bedrock base made up of member 
State High School Associations. 

The Shield is the traditional badge of courage. 

The Four Stars honor the four original mem- 
ber state associations of Illinois, Iowa, Michigan 
and Wisconsin, whose leaders were far sighted 
and courageous enough to aim at new horizons. 

The Map shows that the organization is na- 
tional in scope. The maple leaves are from the 
Canadian flag, the standard of the provinces in 
Canada. 

The "State" in the shield is prominent to in- 
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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVII 



SEPTEMBER, 1973 



$1.00 Per Year 



K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control 
Officers — 1974-75 




W. P. Wheeler 
President 



Louie Maitin 
Vice-President 



W. P. Wheeler, Principal of the Daviess 
County High School, Owensboro, was elected 
President of the Board of Control at the summer 
meeting of the directors, held on July 26, 1974. 
Louie Martin, Principal of the Corbin High School, 
Corbin, was named Board Vice-President. 

W. P. Wheeler was born in McLean County. 
He is a graduate of the Calhoun High School. He 
received his B.S. degree from Western Kentucky 
State Teachers College in 1949. He received his 
M.A. degree from this institution in 1954. He has 
done post-graduate work at both Peabody and 
Indiana University. 

In 1949 Mr. Wheeler started his coaching ca- 
reer at the Utica High School, later becoming 
principal of the school. In 1959 he became princi- 
pal of the Daviess County High School. He did 
his military service in the 13th and 82nd Air- 
borne Division (Paratrooper). 

In 1962 Mr. Wheeler was selected "Outstand- 
ing Young Man of the Year" for Owensboro and 
Daviess County by the Owensboro Jaycees. He 
is active in church and civic work, serves on the 
Board of Directors of Junior Achievement, and 
sponsors a "Hunting and Fishing" club at his 
school. 

Louie Martin is a native of Letcher County, 
Kentucky. In 1957, he received an A.B. Degree 
from Morehead State University, and in 1960 he 
received the M.A. Degree from Indiana Univer- 
sity. Eastern Kentucky University awarded him 
a Leadership Certificate. 

Mr. Martin was a teacher and guidance coun- 
selor at Fleming-Neon High School for five years 
prior to becoming an area guidance supervisor 
with the State Department of Education. For the 
past six years, he has served as principal of Cor- 
bin High School, Corbin, Kentucky. His wife, the 
former Delia Deloyse Jones of Knott County, is 
an elementary teacher in the Corbin City School 
System. They are the parents of one daughter, 
Lyesbeth Anne. 



Attention Officials! 

The attention of all registered K.H.S.A.A. 
football, basketball, wrestling and baseball offi- 
cials is called to By-Law 28, Section 9, which pro- 
vides that the official shall be supplied with an 
emblem which he shall wear on his shirt sleeve. 
The emblem is to be worn on the left shoulder 
shirt sleeve approximately one and one-half inches 
below the shoulder seam. The shape and make-up 
(jf the emblem has been changed this year. The 
rectangular emblems are of these colors; green for 
the "registered" official, red for the "approved" 
and blue for the "certified". It does not have the 
year on it so that it's use is not limited to a single 
.season unless the status of the official changes. 

Recommended uniforms are as follows: 

Football — black and white striped shirt (long 
or short sleeves), black baseball cap with white 
piping, white knee pants, black belt, black stock- 
ings, black shoes and laces; 

Basketball (Boys) — black and white striped 
shirt (short sleeves, long sleeves by special per- 
mission), black trousers, black belt, black shoes 
and laces; 

Basketball (Girls)— For the 1974-75 season 
either the blue and white or the black and white 
vertically striped shirt with short sleeves may be 
used. Collared shirts are recommended (no turtle- 
necks). Black or blue culottes, shorts, or skirts 
may be worn. For the 1975-76 season the shirt 
shall be black and white striped and the culottes, 
shorts or skirts shall be black. The shoes shall be 
black with black laces. 

Baseball — navy blue or black trousers, black 
athletic leather shoes (not football shoes), navy 
blue coat or jacket, navy blue shirt if working 
coatless, white shirt if wearing coat or jacket, 
white shirt on bases if all base umpires are dressed 
the same, umpire's navy cap (no player caps), 
indicator and mask of choice, inner protector or 
inflated protector (inflate type if official desires 
to purchase), black belt, black shoe laces, black 
tie with w hite shirt. 

NEW FILMS 

BASEBALL TODAY 

Baseball Today is a 16mm, 28 minute sound, 
color (or black and white) motion picture pro- 
duced under the direction of the National Federa- 
tion of State High School Associations and ap- 
proved by the National Federation's Baseball 
Rules Committee. 

Special Visual Effects and interesting play 
situations aid the player, coach and umpire in 
gaining a better understanding of the rules. Base- 
ball fans will also find this excellent teaching 
film will add a great deal to their appreciation 
and enjoyment of the great American pastime — 
baseball. 

Baseball Today opens with an interesting in- 
terview with ace New York Met relief pitcher, 
Tug McGraw. It features outstanding umpires 
demonstrating proper umpiring mechanics and 
(Continued on Page Four) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1974 



SEPTEMBER, 1974 



VOL. XXXVII— No. 2 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Ke;itucky 

EdUor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor . LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOAPLD OF CONTROL 

Preside;al W. P. WHEELER (1971-1975) Owensboro 

Vice-President LOUIE MARTIN (1972-1976) Corbin 

DUectors— Andrew J. FuUz (1972-1976), Olive Hill; 

Arthur R. Hawkins (1972-1976), Mt. Sterling: George E. 
Sauer, Jr.. (1974-1978), Louisville; Frank B. Simpson (1972- 
1976), Louisville; Ray Story (1974-1978), Radcliff; James R. 
Williams (1973-1977), Somerset. Conley Mannipg, State 
Dept of Education representative. 

Subscription Rate Sl.OO per year 



c/^c/n Me (&^/ 



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Basketball Clinics 

The 1974-75 required rules meetings for 
basketball officials and head coaches wiU be con- 
ducted by Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise. 
Other members of the coaching staff, scorers and 
timers are urged to attend. The dates, times and 
sites for these meetings are as follows: 

October 8, Bell County High School, Pineville, 

7:00 P.M. 
October 9, Hazard High School, 7:00 P.M. 
October 10, Prestonsburg High School, 7:00 

P.M. 
October 11, Lee County High School, Beatty- 

ville, 7:00 P.M. 
October 14, Morehead State University, 7:00 

P.M. 
October 15, Community College, Ashland 7:00 

P.M. 
October 16, Mason County High School, Mays- 

viUe, 7:00 P.M. 
October 17, Holmes High School, Covington, 

7:00 P.M. 
October 20, Apollo High School, Owensboro, 

2:30 P.M. 
October 21, Henderson County High School, 

Henderson, 7:00 P.M. 
October 22, Paducah Tilghman High School, 

Paducah, 7:00 P.M. 
October 23, Murray State University, 7:00 P.M. 
October 24, Hopkinsville High School, 7:00 

P.M. 
October 28, W.K.U., Downing Student Center, 

Bowling Green, 7:00 P.M. 
October 29, Elizabethtown High School, 7:00 

P.M. 
October 30, Stouffers Inn, Louisville, 7:00 P.M. 
October 31, Henry Clay High School, Lexing- 
ton, 7:00 P.M. 

November 4, Somerset High School, 7:00 P.M. 

The Association plans to conduct additional 
clinics at the same sites on the same afternoon 
for coaches of girls' teams and officials who will 
be refereeing girls' games. The basic rules and 
mechanics of officiating will be discussed. Further 
announcement concerning these meetings will be 
sent to each school when the arrangements are 
completed. 



Newly Elected Board Members 




Cecil Reid 



Fairce O. Woods 



Prin. Cecil Reid, Symsonia High School, has 
been elected to the Board of Control to fill out the 
unexpired term of Howard Crittenden. Mr. Reid 
attended Symsonia High School and did his col- 
lege work at Murray State University obtaining 
an A.B. Degree in 1934 and an M.A. in 1938. He 
taught and coached at Burnsville High School in 
Mississippi in 1934-35 and for the next three 
years. 

Cecil was with the Graves County Health De- 
partment from 1939 to 1947 when he became prin- 
cipal of the twelve-grade school at Symsonia and 
also served as basketball coach the first six years. 

Mr. Reid registered as a basketball official in 
1938 and earned the certified rating which he held 
for many years until he quit officiating. He was 
of the first officials in the state to receive this 
rating. 

Mr. Reid married Virginia Spears in 1936 
(deceased 1968) and has one son, Larry Dale 
Reid. He is a past president of West Kentucky 
Administrators Association and past Master of 
Symsonia Masonic Lodge. He is a member of the 
Murray State Alumni Council, Symsonia Metho- 
dist Church Kentucky Association of School Ad- 
ministrators, the K.E.A. and N.E.A. 

Mr. Fairce O. Woods, Principal of Fleming 
County High School, has been elected to the 
Board of Control to represent Regions 9 and 10. 
He will complete the unexpired term of Mr. Tom 
Creamer. Mr. Woods was born in Floyd County, 
attended Garrett High School and earned an A.B. 
Degree at Kentucky Wesleyan College. In his 
senior year, 1949, he was chosen Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities and received 
Honorable mention for the All American Basket- 
ball Team. After teaching and coaching at Deming 
High School in Mt. Olivet for two years he as- 
sumed the same position at Breathitt High School 
where he remained until 1967 except for two 
years, 1952-54, in the service. 

Fairce, while coaching at Breathitt County 
the fourteen years, won 394 games and lost t)7 for 
an 84 ^r winning percentage. 

After receiving an M.A. Degree at Morehead 
University in 1960. Mr. Woods served as Principal 
of Powell County High School from 1967 to 1971 
before assuming his present position at Flem- 
ingsburg. In 1974 he received a Rank I Education 
from Eastern Kentucky University. He has served 
as a teacher, coach and principal for twenty-five 
years. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1974 



Page Three 



Football Assigning Secretaries 

The names and addresses of the assigning 
secretaries, with the residence and business 
phone numbers (business numbers given first) 
are as follows: 

Joe Russell, Box 213, Russellville, 726-9531, 

726-6983 
Lawrence McGinnis, 2711 Windsor, Owens- 

boro, 683-1016, 683-9948 
Paul Walker, 625 Meadow Lane, Bowling 

Green, 843-3249, 843-8893 
Jack Goodman, 514 Springdale, Brandenburg, 

422-3363, 422-2072 
Karl F. Schmitt, 710 E. Walnut, Louisville, 

584-8269, 458-9065 
Joe Seavers, 2517 Ann Street, Ludlow, 291- 

8925, 341-0213 
Shirley Watts, 228 St. Ann Drive, Lexington, 

255-0835, 266-1749 
Cleophus Pursifull, 808 Dorchester Avenue, 

Middlesboro, 337-2102, 248-1332 
R. B. Singleton, Box 53, Hindman, 642-3585, 

785-3262 
Edward Madden, Pippa Passes, 785-3153, 368- 

2753 
Tommy D. Runyon, Box 181, Belfry, 353-7362, 

353-7883 
Frank V. Firestone, 224 Cardinal Road, Rus- 
sell, 836-8822, 836-5120 



In Memoriam 



FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky College of Education. The code 
letters "e, J, s, e, a" refer to elementary, junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may epjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Football 

BALL HANDLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel 
$2.00. 

Fundamentals of ball handling are stressed; 
stance, grip, "feel" of the ball, fingertip control 
adjustment before throwing or kicking, receiving 
passes from center or from a back, catching passes 
and punts, ways of carrying ball, and changing 
from one hand to another. Game shots are pre- 
sented, using slow motion and stop action tech- 
niques, and superimposed animation to illustrate 
principles. 

BLOCKING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c, 1 reel, $2.00. 
Fundamentals of good blocking are taught in 
this film; position, speed, drive, follow-through, 
timing, and body control. Describes shoulder and 
body blocks, demonstrating several varieties of 
these. Importance of good physical condition, 
practice, and experience are emphasized. Special 
photography used to illustrate different points. 

FOOTBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (30 
min.), color, $1.00. 

The film will give to the viewer a better un- 
derstanding and a keener appreciation of foot- 
ball. Modern photography presents many play 
situations that portray the guidelines used by of- 
ficials in making judgment decisions so necessary 
in this sport. 

(Continued on Page Four) 




James David Monlgomery 

James David Montgomery (1935-1951), retired 
after serving as principal of Temple Hill High 
School for twenty-one years, director of Title I 
for seven years and pupil personnel director for 
five years, died last June 21 of a heart attack. 

Montgomery was a native of Marshall County 
and was born in Calvert City. He began teaching 
in McLean County in 1923, and later taught and 
served as principal and coach at Summer Shade 
and Temple Hill. 

He was a member of the Temple Hill Baptist 
Church and a participant in all church activities. 
Funeral services were held last June 24 with 
burial in the Summer Shade Cemetery. 

He is survived by his widow, Luverne Mont- 
gomery; one daughter, Judith Nichols, Frankfort; 
one brother, Tilford Montgomery, Phoenix, Ariz.; 
two sisters, Mrs. Carroll Coursey, Calvert City, 
and Mrs. J uanita Bibbs, Owensboro. 

Federation Seal 

(Continued from Inside Cover) 

dicate that the S at the extreme right of the circle 
is significant. The national organization is not an 
association but in all respects is a federation of 
associations. 

The Four Stripes and Three White Bars above 
the shield represent the administrative districts 
and the school executives who unselfishly devote 
their time and talents to promoting the interests 
of all of the schools of the nation. 

The Nineteen Rays on the arch are the rays 
of a rising sun to suggest that the Federation is a 
source of energy which will continue to grow in 
influence for a long day ahead. 

The 50 Cogs in the inner circle are for the 50 
member State Associations. 

The Area between the shield and the cog 
wheel is in the shape of a horseshoe as a reminder 
that, despite the best laid plans of mice and men. 
Destiny has a way of intruding. 

The Horseshoe Calks point upward — inviting 
a rain of blessings. 

H. V. Porter — 
Former National Federation 
Executive Secretary 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1974 



New Films 
(Continued from Page One) 

two fine high school teams from Jacksonville, 
Florida illustrating the many interesting and 
really vital teaching points included in this out- 
standing baseball movie. Some of the specific 
areas covered include: the umpire, the pitcher, 
the fielder, the batter, and the runner. 

SWIMMING AND DIVING TODAY 

Swimming and Diving Today is a 16 mm, 17 
minute, sound and color motion picture using 
slow motion, stop action and instant replay tech- 
niques to clarify rule interpretations and officials 
procedures for interscholastic swimming. The film 
was produced under the direction of the National 
Federation of State High School Associations. 

Swimming and Diving Today is the first 
movie based on the National Federation rule code. 
The specifics are listed below: 

BACKSTROKE — Starting positions, Arm 
touch at turns. Position of hips at turns; BREAST- 
STROKE — Position of shoulders at the start of 
the stroke, Illegal flexing of knees. Submersion of 
the head; BUTTERFLY — Level of hands at turns 
and the 'finish, Overlapping of feet. Non-simul- 
taneous arm recovery; OFFICIAL MECHANICS; 
AMONG DIVES CONSIDERED — Front dive, 
layout position. Back dive, layout position; Front 
IVa somersault, pike position, Back IV2 somer- 
sault, tuck position; LAP COUNTING 



Films 

(Continued from Page Three) 

KNOW YOUR FOOTBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (30 
min.), color, $1.00. 

Gives a visual approach to the written rules. 
Play situations challenge the viewer's knowledge 
and clarify many rules interpretations. Recom- 
mended for fans, officials, coaches and players. 
TACKLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00. 

Tackling properly is shown as the result of 
application of certain fundamentals: good phy- 
sical condition, speed, body placement, drive, sure 
grip, timing, and boay control. Shoulder and cross 
body tackles are demonstrated in various ways, 
with special instruction for safety and means of 
reducing shock. 
FOOTBALL TODAY, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, color, $1.00. 

Dramatic visual effects and exciting play ac- 
tion aid the viewer in gaining a better under- 
standing of the rules and a deeper appreciation 
for football as it is played today. 



REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. — 1974 

(List Compiled August 23) 

If one telephone numl^ei is given for an official listed 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given the first number is that of the home 
phone. 

Adams. Don I., 7302 Maria Avenue, Louisville 40222, 425- 

1652, 451-9300 ,„„^„ 

Adams, James C. R. R. 4, Box 372, Nicholasville 40356, 

885-3471, 858-4415 
Akers Randall, Box 2512, Pikeville 41501, 432-2879, 622- 

4708 
Aldridge. James R.. 685 Pearman Avenue, Radcliff 40160, 

351-9689. 351-3181 
Allen, Arthur, Rt. 6, Franklin 42134, 586-6836, 586-3231 
Allen. James E., 9402 Doewood Lane, Fern Creek 40291, 

239-9080 
Allgood, David A., 6113 Catheen Way, Louisville 40213, 

969-2530, 456-4600 



Allison, Roy, Box 877, Harlan 40831, 573-3789, 573-4770 
Anders. Raleigh A., 702 Catching, London 40741, 864-4060, 

528-3912 (Corbin) 
Anderson, John G., P.O. Box 244, Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-2278, 886-2346 
Arflin, Tracy T., 7540-B McDevett Circle, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-5366, 624-5828 
Armbrister, Marvin K., 113 Rainbow Lane, Clarksville, 

Tennessee 37040, 647-1423, 798-4429 
Armstrong, Alfred B., 10103 Clearcreek Way, Louisville 

40223, 425-3014, 491-3540 
Arthur, Paul, 1323 13th Street, Huntington, West Virginia 

25701 523-8963 453-1309 
Asher, Ralph, Box 232, Olive Hill 41164, 286-2081, 286-2081 
Austin, Tom, 230 Mohawk Drive, Paducah 42001, 554-4562, 

554-4562 
Ayers, Edward L., 625 Laramie Road, Lexington 40503, 

277-2333. 277-1161, Ext. 44 
Baird, James H., Box 503, Pineville 40977, 248-4160, 337- 

3093 
Baldwin, Dennis E., 4605 Myrick Place, Valley Station 

40272, 935-0667, 448-8210 
Ball, Charles Philip, P.O. Box 991, Middlesboro 40965, 

248-4806 
Barbour, Ralph Barrv, 3481 Bathurst Ct., Lexington 40503, 

278-0144, 278-0144 
Barker, David H., Bulan 41722, 436-5830, 436-6832 
Barker, Norman, Bulan 41722, 251-2878 
Bartlett, Charles W., 2303 Chateaugay Loop, Owensboro 

42301, 684-5472, 683-2431 
Bates. James R., Box 584, Whitesburg 41858, 633-7227 
Batterton, Keith, Scenic Hill Est., Harrodsburg 40330, 

734-9624. 734-7711, Ext. 306 
Bauman. Cease, Rt. 4, Box 226, Bardstown 40004, 348-6081, 

348-9211 
Bell, Clarence T., 3812 Meadow Haven Road, Louisville 

40218, 491-2846, 582-5573 

Bell. Ronald Keith, 197 Hedgewood Ct., Lexington 40509, 
266-0587 

Bell, Russell G., 157 Sunset Drive, Frankfort 40601, 695- 
1353, 564-4836 

Bernardini, Bruno, 5018 B Hammond Heights, Ft. Camp- 
bell 42223, 798-6874, 798-4214 

Bero, James, Box 2426, Williamson, West Virginia 25661 

Bewley, Harry G., 306 Estate Drive, Elizabethtown 42701, 
765-5018. 737-6466 

Bickel, Arthur F., 5614 Whispering Hills Blvd., LouisviUe 

40219, 968-6770 

Blackford, Robert L., 414 Dayf lower Ct., Edgewood 41017, 

341-3849, 591-0002 
Blanton, Homer, 138 New Hampshire Drive, Ashland 

41101. 324-8600, 324-1730 
Blemker. Rav, Jr., 2363 Dundee Drive, Henderson 42420, 

826-8330. 423-6871 
Blevins, Donald W., 1958 Natchez Trail, Lexington 40504, 

277-6824. 252-4009 
Bocook, Earl, 1102 Beech Street, Kenova, West Virginia 

25530, 453-1810, 453-3661 
Boemker. Bob, 69 Thompson, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 331-1708, 

721-2700, Ext. 350 
Bogar. Joseph D., Box 37, Hardy 41531, 353-4166, 353-7244 
Boswell. Martin. 107 Marlin Street, Providence 42450, 667- 

5143 249-3132 
Boyles, ' Jerry, 2407 Hillcrest Road, Ashland 41101, 324- 

6995 329-4178 
Bradford, Bob, 21 Toni Terrace, Ft. Thomas 41075, 781- 

1217, 753-5567 
Bramble. James L.. 480 Doncaster Ct., Lexington 40505, 

299-5750, 278-9355 
Brauch, Charles J., 117 Westview Drive, Bardstown 40004, 

348-3218, 348-3991 
Brause, Dr. Allan R.. 1577 Silverglade Ct., Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45240, 851-8484, 921-5300, Ext. 451 
Brewer, Jerry, Bonnyman 41719, 436-6200, 436-3155 
Brewer. Lloyd, Combs 41729, 436-6672, 436-3155 
Broaddus, V(>illiam, Rt. 1, Box 37E, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

9006, 549-3164 
Brock, Alben W., Box 103, PineviUe 40977, 337-3848, 337- 

3512 
Brock. David P., 2115 Coburn, Ashland 41101, 325-4825, 

324-6191 
Brotzge. Maurice, 3029 Beals Branch Dr., Louisville 

40206, 893-7206, 896-4461 
Brown, Herman G., RFD #1, Box 108, Bagdad 40003, 747- 

8866, 633-2040 
Brown, J. W. (Scoop), 975 Waverly Drive, Lexington 40505, 

252-0954, 255-0835 
Brummett, Don, 6110 Six Mile Lane, Louisville 40218, 

452-6087, 448-1513 
Buckley, Robert S., Jr. 933 Washington, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-8275 329-4583 
Bullock, James, Rt. 4, Box 66, Madisonville 42431, 825-2645, 

821-5761 
Bullock, Ted, 668 Wellington Way, Lexington 40503, 277- 

0145, 277-0145 



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Burden, Ronald E., 1312 Jannelle Ct., Lexington 40502, 

272-1271, 278-6824 
Burgess, Oley J., 1708 Sycamore Street, Kenova, West 

Virginia 25530, 453-2593 
Burke, David Dean, Tanglewood Estates, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-1268, 324-1822 
Burlchart, James G., Box 133, Wallins Creek 40873, 664- 

2162, 664-3444 
Burris, Ralph, Rt. 3, Box 154, Nicholasville 40356, 858-3014 
Burrus, Lee Roy, Jr., Rt. 4, Box 304. Morganfield 42437, 

389-3428, 389-2419, Ext. 251 
Burton. James, 308 S. Broadway, Providence 42450, 667- 

2296 
Burton, John, 2801 Holt Street, Ashland 41101, 325-4097, 

329-3333 
Burton, John B., Ill, 2178 Carter Avenue, Ashland 41101. 

324-3488. 324-5444 
Butler. Denver E., 1533 Southgate Avenue, Louisville 

40215, 366-7195 
Byrd. A. Gordon, 6204 Scottwood Drive. Louisville 40258. 

935-9995. 935-9995 
Caldwell. Robert E., 12165 Deerhorn Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio 

45240, 851-2976. 243-3381 
Canaday, Jacy Glenn, 201 Lincoln Street, Vine Grove 

40175, 877-5387, 877-5537 
Canady, Ray B., Box 244, Barbourville 40906, 546-4765, 

546-3486 
Cargill, Thomas, Jr., 3515 Del Park Ter., LouisviUe 40211, 

774-1447, 584-7156 
Carlson, David A., 2916 Washington St., Paducah 42001, 

444-7943, 443-6411, Ext. 435 
Carr, Billy W., 612 Village Drive, Franklin 42134, 586-6910, 

586-3261 
Carr. Larry. 323 Shelby Street, Bromley 41016, 261-2994, 

243-3731 
Cato, Robert E., London 40741, 864-7792, 864-2252 
Caudill, Roy, 10,000 McNeely Lake Drive, Louisville 40229, 

968-2930 
Cecil. J. Ronald. 3020 Dogwood Drive. Louisville 40220, 

454-0204. 582-5521 
Cecil, Roger, Box 401, Hazard 41701, 436-6644, 436-2151 
Chasteen, Earl, 109 Taylor Drive, Cynthiana 41031, 234-4897 
Chattin, Ernest P., 615-17th Street, Ashland 41101, 324-2665, 

325-8586, Ext. 231 
Cisco, Robert N., 403 Highland Avenue, Vine Grove 40175, 

877-5903, 624-4045 
Clemmons, Sam, 226 Rugby Road, Lexington 40504, 255- 

7566, 255-1230 
Cline, Nick, 5505 Whispering Hills Blvd., LouisviUe 40219, 

964-0214 
Clusky, Joe, Box 294, Matewan, West Virginia 25678 
CoUev. Rev. Edward, 1959 Avonlea Avenue, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45237, 731-7691, 241-0584 
CoUev, Lynn W., 411 E, 23rd Street, Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-9538, 886-4463 
Collins, Charles, 1474 Olive Street. Louisville 40210, 772- 

3817, 634-1551, Ext. 215 
Collins, Ron, 2590 Old Buttermilk, Villa Hills 41016, 341- 

0578, 431-9964 
Collins, Stephen F.. 2027 Winston Avenue. Louisville 

40205. 459-7810. 896-8841 
Conhn, Martin T., 319 Elm Street, Ludlow 41016, 491-7591 
Cook, Arthur, 210 Bluegrass Apt. 138F, Nevirport 41071, 

781-0048 
Cook, Richard, 50 Forest Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 441- 

9269, 243-3531 
Copley, Sid, Box 2, Matewan, West Virginia 25678 
Corbett, Byron, 104 Daffodil, Bardstown 40004, 348-2155, 

348-3953 
Cornwell. Bobby, Rt. 2, Russellville Rd., Franklin 42134, 

586-8250, 586-4451 
Cornwell, James, 506 South Main, Franklin 42134, 586- 

4327, 586-4451 
Cowan, Larry G., 101 Clark Street, Clay 42404, 664-2233 
Cowan, R. L., Sr., 3009 Pamela Way, Apt. 4, LouisviUe 

40220, 451-1187, 587-5387 
Cox, Clarence, 497 Hill-N-Dale Rd., Lexington 40503, 

277-5991, 252-5825 
Cox, Thomas O., 439 Huguelet Dr., Lexington 40506, 252- 

0725 
Craft, Albert B., 1606 Meadowthorpe Dr., Lexington 40505, 

254-5365, 255-8600 
Cree, Richard W., Jr., 12507 Farm Brook Dr., Middletown 

40243, 245-7287, 456-1160 
Creekmore, Les, 400 Sweetbriar Ct., Apt. 402, Newport 

41071, 291-7880, 531-9987 
Crider, Ray, 1120 Franelm Road, Louisville 40214, 368-1196, 

584-8189 
Crutcher, James Marion, 423 Skyline Tr. Ct.. Bowling 

Green 42101, 781-3373, 843-1183 
Cubert, Jerry A., R. R. 1, Lawrenceburg 40342, 839-6730, 

233-2000. Ext. 3304 
Culp. WUlard E.. 318 Skyling Pk. Dr., Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-7967, 439-4476 



Cummings, Robert P., Jr., Rt. 2, Box 143, Franklin 42134, 

586-8483, 586-8483 
Cundiff, Donald L., 216 Mimosa, Somerset 42501, 679-4629, 

678-8944 
Cundiff, Richard K., Rt. 3, Box 237, Somerset 42501, 678- 

5601, 678-5279 
Current, Ellis Ray, 3006 Montavesta Drive, Lexington 

40502, 266-2877, 272-3311 
Current, Robert, 3593 Pimlico Pkwy., Lexington 40502, 272- 

3052, 293-3952 
DaUey, Jerry R., 1261 Village Dr., Apt. 101, Lexington 

40504, 252-2509, 269-4311 
Dallmann, James W., 12 Center St., Jeffersonville, Indiana 

47130, 283-7255, 283-7255 
Daopoulos, Jim, 3474 Ipswich Ct., Lexington 40503, 277- 

8354, 258-2898 
Davidson, Harlan, Jr., P.O. Box 52, Hazard 41701, 436- 

6147, 436-3711 
Davis, Ralph C, 1326 S. 7th St., Ironton, Ohio 45638, 532- 

8606, 532-8143 
Davis, Thomas A., Apt. B-12 Wesley Apts., Shelbyville 

40065, 633-6014, 633-3010 
Day, Richard, 1677 Linstead Dr., Lexington 40504, 255- 

0578, 252-3431 
Day, Roy E., 1325 Redbud Lane, MadisonvUle 42431, 821- 

2265 
Deaton, Julian A., Jr., P.O. Box 351, Wheelwright 41669, 

452-4219, 358-2031 
Dempsey, Glenn T., 121 Bender Drive, Frankfort 40601, 

223-2279, 233-2000. Ext. 7117 (Lexington) 
Dent. Don. 1722 Whittier Drive, Jeffersonville, Indiana 

47130, 945-3497, 368-4551 
Denton, Wm. J., 6709 Seminole Avenue, Louisville 40214, 

366-2137, 776-9365 
DeSensi, W. C. (Chick), 7714 Mango Dr., Louisville 40258, 

937-0330, 772-3656 
Dewees, William L., 7007 Ashby Lane, Valley Station 

40272, 935-8724 
Dickens, William D., 313 Beacon Hill, NicholasviUe 40356, 

885-6727, 278-9507 
Dorsey, James O., P.O. Box 504, Somerset 42501, 679-2738, 

678-5929 
Douthwaite, Donald D., 5754 Biscayne Avenue, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio 45211, 574-2238, 574-2238 
Drake, Richard R., 72 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-4235 
Duff, Earl, 109 Ky. Blvd., Hazard 41701, 436-2604, 436-2604 
Duff, Thomas, Box 11, Fruitland, Tennessee 38335, 784- 

3789, 352-2781 
Duff, William C, Jr., 2452 Mirahill Ct., Lexington 40509, 

269-2426, 623-5098 
Durbin, Roy, 2911 Dale Ann Drive, Louisville 40220, 452- 

1730 587-5237 
Durden,' John R., Rt. 1, Cervlean 42215, 885-8847, 886-4463 
Dyehouse, James F., Jr., 235 Dantzler Ct., Lexington 

40503, 278-1620, 254-6491 
Dyer, Royce, Rt. 1. Hickman 42050, 236-2288 
Easley, Dan W., 105 Bellvue, Wilmore 40390, 858-4072, 858- 

3511 

Edwards, Don O., 1721 CurUng Way, Bowling Green 

42101, 781-6695, 781-4330, Ext. 128 
Egnew, Ronald, 133 Valley Brook Drive, Frankfort 40601, 

875-3700. 564-4870 
Elder. Gary W., 1905 Maricopa Ct., Louisville 40223, 426- 

6522 452-3009 
Ellis, Bin, 3641 Bradley Road, Huntington, West Virginia 

25704, 429-2117, 525-5193 
Elovitz, Carl, 1920 Spring Grove Avenue, Lexington 40504, 

277-3994, 873-4901 
Emmons, Guy W., 6006 Shadow Run Road, Louisville 

40219. 964-7784 
English. P. T.. Rt. 3. Union City, Tennessee 38261, 885- 

5950, 885-5950 
Eubanks, William M., 302 Finn Street, Franklin 42134, 

586-8696, 586-3231, Ext. 70 
Evans, Gary Stephen, 117 Kittison Dr., Winchester 40391, 

744-9738, 293-3318 (Lexington) 
Evans, Lewis, Rt. 2, Morgantown 42261, 526-4310, 526-3730 
Evans, Thomas D., 117 Honeysuckle, Bardstown 40004, 

348-5290 
Evans, Willis S., Jr., 3600 Montclair Avenue, Louisville 

40218, 491-2317, 582-5410 
Ewen, George Donald, 2082 Rambler Road, Lexington 

40503, 278-6235, 564-3498 
Ewing, Roger G., Rt. 1, Cox's Creek 40013, 348-3253, 348- 

9211 
Faris, Leon W., Ill, 212 Barberry Lane, Lexington 40503, 

278-4103, 255-2120 
Farmer, Donnie R., 5517 Brinson Dr., LouisvUle 40216, 

447-8228, 776-9367 
Faust, Jack, 2427 Concord Dr., LouisviUe 40217, 634-4204, 

634-4796 
Fay, John C, 329 Wilson Downing Road, Lexington 40503, 

272-6182 
Feck, Richard A., Rt. 1, Box 50D, Wilmore 40390, 858-4174, 

252-2312, Ext. 2535 



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Fenimore, Clarke E., 4083 Gilman Avenue, Louisville 

40207, 896-4716, 245-0727 
Ferguson, Roy, Rt. 3, Barbourville 40906, 546-4521, 546-4521 
Ferrell, Ronnie, Box 37, Belfry 41514, 237-1344, 235-2323, 

Ext. 40 
Fields. Harold D.. 804 Summerville Drive, Lexington 

40504, 233-1669, 233-2000, Ext. 3685 
Fields. Riekev P., 291,4 N. Maysville, Mt. Sterling 40353, 

498-2000, 498-1215 
Fish, Leland G., 537 Folkstone Dr., Lexington 40502, 266- 

5087. 252-2312, Ext. 2535 
Flynn, Bobby, 428 McKenna Ct., Lexington 40505, 299-5902, 

255-2481 
Forfney. Robert L., 2817 Breckinridge Lane, Louisville 

40220, 458-1079, 582-3511, Ext. 472 
Foster, Berrvman E., 927 Waverly Dr., Lexington 40505, 

255-7374, 252-2312, Ext. 2528 
Foster, J. W., R. R. 1, Old Frankfort Pike, Versailles 

40383, 846-4121, 277-8703 
Foust, David D., 101 Volunteer Drive, Somerset 42501, 

678-4764, 678-5101 
Fraley, Bill, 1604 Lee Drive, Henderson 42420, 872-4993 
Frankel, Louis S., 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville 40220, 

452-6519, 452-6519 

Franklin, Cliff, 10152 ZigZag Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242, 

891-3567. 251-4828 
Frazer, Tom Roe. Rt. 1. Sturgis 42459, 333-4412, 333-4672 
Freed. Howard D., 1369 Teakwood Avenue, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45224 
FreeiTian, Eugene A., 11707 Brackenberry Ct., Louisville 

40272, 937-9726 
Friedman. Charles M., 4502 Fegenbush Lane, Louisville 

40218. 454-3861, 361-2333 
Fryer, William M., 187 Melwood Place, Henderson 42420, 

826-5976, 826-7171 
Frvrear, Bill P., 204 Lanark Dell, Middletown 40243, 245- 

0354, 452-3161 
Fuller, Wilton H., 533 Hill-N-Dale, Lexington 40503, 277- 

6654, 272-1513 
Furlong. William E.. 3320 Grandview Avenue, Louisville 

40207, 895-4755, 582-5108 
Futrell, Keith M., R. R. 1, Roekfield 42274, 781-1409, 842- 

0316 
Gallaher, Jack F., 2947 Adams Ave., Ashland 41101, 325- 

2420 324-2142 
Gammon, William H., 1718 Oaks Dr., Ashland 41101, 324- 

1665, 329-3633 
Garrett, Richard A., 1040 Cross Keys, Apt. 9, Lexington 

40503 

Gastineau, Joby A., Ill, 121 Todds Rd., Apt. 150, Lexing- 
ton 40508, 266-6123, 272-3115 
Gelbke. Gilbert M., 840 Alexandria Pike, Ft. Thomas 

41075, 781-2273, 491-9774 
Gentry, Dale J., 4945 Determine Lane, Louisville 40216, 

447-5981. 585-5814 
Gettler, John F., 705 Providence Road, Lexington 40502, 

266-4801, 255-0835 
Gfell, George V., 3319 Coldstream, Lexington 40502, 272- 

1349, 272-1349 
Gibson, Richard L., 105 4th Street, Cynthiana 41031, 234- 

4251, 234-4632 
Gilbert, Larry, 418 Iroquois Dr., Bowling Green 42101 

781-2944, 745-3347 
Gilbert, Steve, 418 Iroquois Dr., Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

2944, 843-3807 
Gilkerson, Pat, Rt. 1, Box 117A, Prichard, West Virginia 

25555, 486-5291. 525-7611 
Gober, John S., 204 Morningside, Clarksville, Tennessee 

37040, 648-2731, 798-4105 

Goble, Gary L., 1261 Village Dr. #95, Lexington 40504, 254- 

8611, 254-0542 
Gonterman, Ronald, 841 MeUord Avenue, Louisville 40217 

634-1924, 426-1050 
Gore, Bailey, 1603 Sunset Dr., Murray 42071, 753-8509, 762- 

6286 
Gour, Bob, 1316 S. Lee Street, Bowling Green 42101, 843- 

9582, 842-8175 
Graas, Oscar L., 2509 Foxy Poise Rd., Louisville 40220 

451-4127, 968-5321 
Graham, Jim, 2517 Jackson Street, Ashland 41101, 324- 

8169, 325-8511, Ext. 733 
Green, Don, 832 Brand Street, Mayfield 42066, 247-6038 

247-6445 
Greenwell, Robert A., 4114 Wimpole Rd., Louisville 40218 

459-8646, 583-3875 
Grefer, Thomas J., 65 Geiger Avenue, BeUevue 41073 

491-3219. 261-8655 
Griffey, Richard K., Box 1425, Williamson, West Virginia 

25661, 235-5228, 235-5280 
Griffin, Powell Lynn, 209 Clydesdale Tr., Louisville 40223 

245-8188, 426-3900 
Gross, Joseph, Box 697, Hazard 41701, 436-2661 
Gupton, George E., 1050 Legion Pk. Rd., Greensburg 

42743, 932-4253, 932-4200 
Gupton, Lawrence, Greensburg 42743, 932-7830, 384-3338 



Guy, N. S., Ill, Browning Acres, Harlan 40831, 573-4684 

573-4707 
Hackett, Wilbur L., Sr., 1472 Olive St., Louisville 40210 

772-0493. 452-4109 
Hadden, N. Perry, III, 856 Delia Drive, Lexington 40504, 

278-8561, 278-6026 
Hadden, Newell. 942 Wolf Run Road, Lexington 40504 

255-5332, 254-6491 
Hall, Charles E., 601 Pontiac Trail, Danville 40422, 236- 

8811, 236-2604 
Hall. Samuel E., 1931 East 21st St., Owensboro 42301 

684-4153, 684-8811 
Hamby, Thomas Edwin, 201 Gateway Lane, Hopkinsville, 

42240. 885-9980, 885-9491 
Hancock. Edwin D., R. R. 3, Box 205, Henderson 42420, 

521-0728, 521-7003 
Hagy. Daniel B., Box 361, Loyall 40854, 573-4789, 573-1900 
Harris, David L., 207 N. 3rd St., Bardstown 40004, 348-5733, 

348-3311 
Harris, James D., 207 N. 3rd Street, Bardstown, 348-5733, 

348-3311 
Hawkins, Donald H., Rt. 1, Ekron 40117, 828-3631, 828-2125 
Hawkins, Ed, 5999 Waldway Lane, Cincinnati Ohio 45224, 

542-3888, 542-9000 
Hawkins, Will A. (Billv). 407 Grace Street, Springfield. 

Tennessee 37172, 384-5310, 384-5583 
Hayden. John O., 1624 Stafford Avenue, Louisville 40216, 

367-8662. 368-3351 
Heaberlin. Bill, 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6915, 325-8511, Ext. 253 
Head, Lon E., 105 N. Main Street, Harlan 40831, 573-6948, 

573-1900 
Hedge, Dave, 107 Maple Hurst Dr., Jeffersonville, Indi- 
ana 47130, 283-3962, 283-6943 
Helton, LesHe. 6510 Maravian Dr., Louisville 40258, 448- 

8201. 582-2658 
Henderson, Charles A.. 8067 Estesbrook Dr., Nashville, 

Tennessee 37221, 356-7703, 255-7681 
Hendon, L. J.. 228 S. 15th St., Murray 42071, 753-3658, 

753-2825 
Herrick, Calvin P., 200 S. Arnold Avenue, Prestonsburg 

41653. 886-3494, 886-2311 
Hicks, Jack, 10 Lockwood, Ft. Thomas 41075, 441-2405, 261- 

6666 
Hillard, William, 2030-A Werner Pk., Ft. Campbell 42223, 

798-6331, 798-6792 
Hines, Richard G., Rt. 1, Box 228, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

9488. 348-9231 
Hoffman, Thomas A., 2235 Hanser Dr., Apt. 4, Covington 

41011, 581-2399, 272-3480 
Hopson. James E., Rt. 1, Box 918M, Pikeville 41501, 437- 

7772, 432-1461 
Horsman, Bill. 2902 5th, Louisville 40208, 637-1201, 964-3301 
Houehens, Tom M., 505 N. Long Street, London 40741, 

864-9075. 864-2136 
Howard. Robert E., Rt. 2, Box 85M, Middlesboro 40965, 

337-2263, 348-3968 
Howell, Damon E., Jr., Box 37. Bardstown 40004, 348-6601, 

348-6240 
Hubbard, John D., 215 W. Beall, Bardstown 40004. 348- 

3067, 348-6457 
Huffine, Gary L., Rt. 8, Paducah 42001, 442-4125, 442-4125 
Humble, Michael E., 1606 Mowhawk Trail, Hopkinsville 

42240, 886-9334. 886-5424 
Humphreys. Bill, Rt. Box 12, Maysfield 42066, 247-8576 
Hunt, Leonard, 1303 Gainesway Dr., Lexington 40502, 272- 

6095 252-7233 
Hunter,' James, 4219 Naneen Dr., Louisville 40216, 367-1361 
Hutcheson, John D., P.O. Box 455, Morgantown 42261, 526- 

3677, 526-3715 
Ishmael. Stephen A.. 407 Tucker Station Rd., Louisville 

40243. 245-9571 245-9571 
Jackson.' William C, Rt. 4, Box 342, Morganfield 42437, 

389-3405, 389-2419, Ext. 219 
Jacoby, Ben W., Rt. 1, Georgetown 40324, 863-0508, 255- 

6812, Ext. 2267 
James. Gene, 1507 S. 3rd Street, Ironton, Ohio 45638, 

532-6976 
Janes. Charles W., 112 E, Daugherty, Bardstown 40004, 

348-5780, 348-3931 
Jeffries, David T., 9502 Candywood Lane, Louisville 40291, 

239-4498 
Jensen. Edward A., Ill, 3407 Trellis Ct., Jeffersontown 

40299. 267-7010 
Johanson, Ralph G., 2423 LaRoehelle Rd., Lexington 40504, 

253-1266, 269-4311 
Johnson, Arthur E., Lee Dean Est., Lot 34, Rt. 5, Nichol- 

asville 40356. 272-5858. 258-5882 
Johnson, Bob, 3310 Springhaven, Catlettsburg 41129, 739- 

4628, 325-8511, Ext. 557 
Johnson, Gordon M., P.O. Box 682, Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-6163, 886-8362 
Johnson, Harry A., Jr., 4329 Harts Ct., Paducah 42001, 

443-1767, 444-6311 
Johnson, Jon K., 197 Elm Street, Pikeville 41501, 437-9708, 
432-1414, Ext. 32 



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Johnson. Ned B., 117 S. 2nd, Bardstown 40004, 349-3534, 

742-4649 
Johnson. Stan W., 3500 Ashlawn Dr., Owensboro 42301, 

684-2157. 295-3451 
Jones. Denver (Smokey), 174 East Main, Apt. 2, Hazard 

41701, 439-1812, 436-6568 
Jones. James M., 1216 Tallow Ln.. Louisville 40214, 361- 

3273. 361-9431 
Jones. Paul D., 4012 Massie Avenue, Louisville 40207, 895- 

5074. 636-4531 
Jordan. Charles M.. Fi-anlclin Apts, #2 Apt. 3L, Louisa 

41230. 638-4893, 789-4271 
Kammerdiener, Roald. 2258 Bradford Dr., Louisville 40218, 

451-1301, 582-4787 
Kammerer, Kenneth, R. R. 1. Box 266B, Melbourne 41059, 

635-5406. 721-1111, Ext. 223 
Kaufman. Alvin R.. 8215 St. Anthony Ch. Rd., Louisville 

40214. 366-0126. 584-8315 
Keifer. Robert B., Jr.. 2916 Hackworth St., Ashland 41101. 

324-2872, 329-4631 
Keller. Terry Joe, 237 Ludford St., Ludlow 41016, 261-9987 
Kemen. Jerry, 440 Pickett Drive. Ft. Wright 41011, 331- 

4272, 331-4272 
Kennedy, Jim, R. R. 1, 212 Paddock PI., Versailles 40383, 

873-7490, 873-5948 
Kidd, Gary G., 414 S. 17th Street, Mayfield 42066, 247-7150. 

247-5122 
Kiesling, LeeRoy W., Rt. 1, Martin, Tennessee 38237. 587- 

6748. 587-7939 
Kinch. Marvin N., 104 Woodland Dr., Somerset 42501, 679- 

3690. 679-5330 
Kinnard. Robert F.. 2349 Shandon Dr., Lexington 40505. 

293-0804, 233-2000, Ext. 7569 
Kirk. Charles, U.S. 119, Whitesburg Rd., Cumberland 

40823, 589-2086, 633-4423 
Kirk. Jerry Richard. Box 334, Benliam 40807, 848-2039, 

633-4422 
Kirkland, Drew. P.O. Box 684, Owensboro 42301, 926-2488. 

684-1404 
Kirklin, Luther, Box 367, Harlan 40831, 573-2535, 573-2210 
Klusman. Carl J.. Jr., 3108 Gambriel Ct., Louisville 40205, 

459-0581. 634-1531. Ext. 446 
Kouns. Robert H.. Box 582. South Shore 41175, 932-4540, 

932-3323 
Krentz. Gerald K., 213 Walnut, Southgate 41071, 441-4386. 

542-7410 
Kuster. Thomas T., 6509 Bluegill Blvd.. Louisville 40229, 

964-1700. 584-8191 
LaFountain. James L., Rt. 4, Box 312, NiehoIasviUe 40356. 

885-3234, 293-3822 
Lambert. Irvin G.. 6412 Fern Crest Rd., Louisville 40291, 

239-4996 
Lasch. James H.. 4018 Retreat Rd., Louisville 40219, 964- 

2785, 589-7450 
Laudeman, Bob, 206 Don Allen Road, Louisville 40207, 

895-3944. 425-2571 
Law, William, R. R. 1, Box 640 - 36. New Richmond. Ohio 

45157. 553-4822. 441-0068 
Leahy. Pat, 2907 Cromarty Way, Louisville 40218, 459-2066, 

587-5215 
Lawson, Leland, 949 Deporres Ave., Lexington 40505, 254- 

1009. 254-8074 
Ledford. Thomas B., 2702 Wren Rd., Ft. Campbell 42223, 

431-4482, 798-2415 
Lee, Douglas, Woodland Hills, Harlan 40831, 573-2676, 573- 

3440 
Lee. Robert, Box 5, Box 609, Coldiron 40819, 664-2436 664- 

3481 
Lee, William A., Box 116, Wallins Creek 40873, 664-2127, 

573-5027 
Leneave, Robert E., 205 E. 18th Street, Benton 42025, 527- 

3661, 527-2561 
LeQuire. H. M.. Woodland Hills, Harlan 40831, 573-1857, 

573-5151 
Lewis. Robert L., 229 Mandalay Rd., Lexington 40504, 255- 

0088, 252-2321 
Liberatore. Same. 118 Hurstland Dr., Bardstown 40004, 

348-6245, 348-3301 
Lillie, Wes, 9502 Meadowgate Ct., Louisville 40223, 426- 

1188, 582-2658 
Lindon, Bob, Rt. 1, Higbee Mill Rd., Lexington 40503, 278- 

2439. 564-7360 
Lingo. Henry E., 424 West Main St., Vine Grove 40175, 

877-2346. 877-5537 
Linkes, Clifford, P.O. Box 207, Science Hill 42553, 266-6087, 

564-3020 
Lloyd, David, 615 Elm Street, Ludlow 41016, 581-1119, 441- 

7100 
Logan, Michael. Schultz Rd., South Shore 41175, 932-3310, 

354-7551 
Long. James E.. Box 73, Baskett 42420. 827-5000, 827-1867 
Loperfido. Richard O.. 209 West Main St., Greenup 41144, 

473-6591. 473-6591 
Lowe. James D.. 1607 Valley Wood Way. Bowling Green 

42101. 842-1725. 843-9073 
Lowe, Stan, Box 337, Russellville 42276, 726-6647, 726-6647 



Luckett. Thomas Edward, 3831 Lewis Lane, Owensboro 

42301. 926-1688. 684-7273 
Lusby, George, 615 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

1440, 863-3805 
Lvkins, James O., 171 Peachtree Rd., Versailles 40383, 

873-8524, 873-3276 
McClure, Tom, 204 Madison, Bardstown 40004, 348-9662, 

348-3931 
Mccormick, Don H., 36 S. Alvasia Street, Henderson 42420, 

826-6314, 826-8451 
McCourt, Lowell A.. 108 Quachita Trail, Frankfort 40601, 

695-2061. 564-4390 
McCray. Carl G.. Rt. 1. Box 82A, Berea 40403. 986-9471, 

233-2000, Ext. 2308 
McDonald. Thomas. 316 Rittig Road. Henderson 42420. 826- 

8187. 826-2871 
McFadden. Jimmie. 649 Northside Drive, Lexington 40505, 

299-1635, 299-1635 
McGehee, Gordon. 733 Forest Lane, Covington 41015, 261- 

6880. 441-9987 
McGintv, L. V.. Sr., 3938 Sunset Avenue, Paducah 42001, 

442-8080. 442-8050 
McKenzie. Claude L.. Auxier 41602. 886-2097 
McKinney. Adelle F., 2770 Lavoir Court, Radcliff 40160, 

351-5299. 351-6818 
McPeek, Talmadge, 1710 Bethann Drive, Flatwoods 41139. 

836-4540. 325-7777 
Malone. James F.. 200 Padgett Street, Corbin 40701, 528- 

2424. 528-9019 
Malonev. Ross H. (Pat). 703 Waterford Road. Louisville 

40207. 897-2385. 893-2348 
Mane. Berry W.. Jr.. 1624 Woodburn Avenue. Covington 

4"l014. 26'l-9932. 632-8645 
Major. Lucian. Route 4. Martin. Tennessee 38237, 582- 

6615, 885-2310, Ext. 206 
Martin. Alan L., 2511 Lamborne Blvd., Louisville 40272. 

935-0031 
Martin. Paul J.. 2500 Middleground Drive. Owensboro 

42301. 684-6662, 685-5536 
Mason, Leslie M.. 2020 Dogwood Drive, Lexington 40504. 

276-1943. 233-2000. Ext. 3704 
Mason. W. C. 2018 North Limestone. Lexington 40505, 

293-9344 233-2000 
Mattinglv, Charles (Pete), 3813 Poplar Level, Louisville 

40213. 459-5793. 482-3311, Ext. 23 
Mattinglv. Wayne, Rt. 5, Box 345, Russellville 42276, 726- 

7466. 726-2051 
Mattmiller. Richard. Jr.. 1718 Blue Licks Road, Lexington 

40504, 278-2012 
May, Larry, P.O. Box 340, Williamson, W. Va. 25661. 235- 

6559 
Mayer. Ed. 5005 Sunday Drive, Louisville 40219. 968-2632, 

"587-8885 
Maynard. James L.. Box 37, Belfry 41514, 237-1198, 237- 

'lOlO, Ext. 345 
Meadors. William J., 784 Covington Avenue, Bowling 

Green 42101. 842-4141. 745-3348 
Meadows. Harold S., 1712 Hilltop Drive, CarroUton 41008, 

732-5788, 732-6661 
Mercker, George E., 2907 Iris Way, Louisville 40220, 451- 

8399, 584-2371 
Metzger. Don, 9312 Cloverwood Lane, Louisville 40291, 

239-9813, 452-4625 
Meyer, Rav, 3142 Rosina Avenue, Covington 41015, 261-3272 
Mick Paul E , Box 191, Marion 42064, 965-2521, 965-3191 
Mickey, Elbert, Box 2471, Williamson, W. Va. 25661, 235- 

3483, 235-2122 
Midden Terrv, 3107 Cabinwood Drive, Louisville 40220, 

451-6778, 491-4310 
Mifflin, Charlie, 550 Iroquois Trail, Georgetown 40324, 

863-4291, 254-8061 
Miles. Ralph A.. 5567A Hiers Street, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

1678, 624-4849 
Miller, Wm. David, Box 21, Burchett Trailer Park. Auxier 

41602. 886-8785. 886-8785 
Milum. Kenneth J.. 750 W. Noel Avenue. Madisonville 

42431. 821-1323. 821-0016 
Minta. John H.. 1010 Irving Drive, Clarksville, Indiana 

47130. 283-4778. 589-4400. Ext. 313 
Montgomery, Wm. David. 4203 Kirby Lane, Louisville 

40299. 267-5055. 267-0179 
Moody. William R., 2032 Oleander Drive, Lexington 40504, 

277-9622, 255-5612 
Moonevhan. James H., 810 Henry Street, P.O. Box 220. 

Franklin 42134, 586-4989, 586-6000 
Moore. Franklin (Bud). 5351 Whitmore Drive, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45238, 922-8317, 621-8771 
Moore, Phillip H.. RFD 6, Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

3067, 842-5302 
Moore. Robert. 441 Forest Avenue, Erlanger 41018, 342- 

6942. 563-1100 
Moore, Wm. Kelly. North Lake Drive, Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-3623. 886-3083 
Mordica, William A., 800 Edgewood Avenue, Ashland 

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Morgan, Richard, Rt. 7, Box 78, London 40741, 864-6511, 

864-5114 
Morse, Richard K., 163 No. Deepwood Drive, Radcliff 

40160, 351-3748, 624-4646 
Morton, Jim, 1110 Cheyenne Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 

843-9603, 842-7302 
Motley, Jerrv N., 907 Magnolia Avenue, Bowling Green 

42101, 781-1155, 726-6428 (Russellville) 
MuUannix, W. Wayne, 3521 Rocky Hill Terrace, Lexington 

40503, 272-5153, 233-2000, Ext. 2191 
Mullins, Charles E., Schultz Road, South Shore 41175, 

932-4277, 473-9812 
Murdach, Leslie, 965 Homestead Trail, Henderson 42420, 

827-4133 
Murray, Thomas, 25 Ashton Road, Ft, Mitchell 41017, 

33i-1891, 369-4742 
Nelson, Clarence R., 2911 Asbury Place, Owensboro 42301, 

683-0816, 295-3451, Ext, 343 
Nelligan, Michael L., 3112 Wayside Drive, Louisville 40216, 

776-6511 
Nethercutt. Bill, 82 Sycamore Street, Himtington, W. Va. 

25705, 523-2112, 429-1381 
Newton, Joseph A., 117 Hurstbourne, Bardstown 40004, 

348-5748 
Nickell, Duane (Red), 237 Maxfield Drive, Paducah 42001, 

444-6095, 543-7434 (Metropolis, 111.) 
Noland, Douglas. 305 Herndon Avenue, Stanford 40484, 

365-2609. 365-2619 
Nord, Bertrand J., 3006 Falmouth Drive, Louisville 40205, 

459-6596, 367-1711 
Norton. Timothv J.. 3117 Poplar Level Road, Apt. 11, 

Louisville 40213, 637-5882, 634-1551 
Norwood, Thomas, 811 Henrv, Franklin 42134, 586-3614, 

586-3541 
Oldham, Ben R., 3418 Gingertree Court, Lexington 40502, 

266-4907, 278-6076. Ext. 213 
Omar, Max G., 1139 Gilbert Lane, Owensboro 42301, 685- 

2712, 926-1110 
Omer, Harold G., 150 N. Crestmoor, Louisville 40206, 896- 

4170, 968-6207 
O'Nan, Dennis, 420 Hilltop Avenue, Lexington 40506, 257- 

3241 257-3371 
O'Nan. Norman, Rt. 1, Box 305A, Henderson 42420, 827- 

3968, 826-9578 
Osborne, Lonnie K., Box 72, Robinson Creek 41560, 432- 

1414 (Bus.) 
Osborne. Ted G.. Box 806, Lexington 40501, 266-6152, 266- 

6152 
Osting, James E., II, 7518 Yorktown Road, Louisville 

40214, 368-9631, 581-5550 
Pace, Donald W.. Rt. 4, Cleveland Road, Lexington 40505, 

293-0181, 255-0398 
Padgett, R. K.. 112 Richardson Drive, Somerset 42501, 678- 

5485, 679-1544 
Page, James N., P.O. Box 434, Corbin 40701. 528-8263 
Palas. Steve C, 9723 Old 3rd Street Road, Louisville 40272, 

935-5964. 448-1272 
Palko. Edward. RR 1. Owenton Road, Frankfort 40601, 

223-8833, 873-4541 
Pardue, Israel L.. 1005 So. 28th Street, Louisville 40211. 

776-6635, 774-6431 
Parker, Bob L.. 8602 Honor Avenue. Louisville 40219, 969- 

9090, 587-8276 
Parker, Dale. Chinn's Branch Road, Wurtland 41144, 836- 

4802 
Parker, Larry A., Box N, Russell 41169, 836-8713 
Parsley. Clyde E., Route 2, Providence 42450. 667-2524 
Passafiume, John, 7716 St. Bernard Court, Louisville 

40291. 239-4373. 454-0466 
Pate, Lloyd W.. 608 Ronnie Road, Madison, Tennessee 

37115, 868-3751, 868-2910 
Patterson, John L., 2324 Sumter Lane, Apt. D., Indianap- 
olis, Indiana 46224, 247-0367, 266-4302 
Patterson, William C. 419 Henry Street, Greensburg 

42743. 932-4738. 932-4263 
Paxton, Garv R.. 2485 Versailles Road, Lexington 40504, 

252-0570, 252-0570 
Payne, Charles A„ 1819 So. 8th Street, Ironton, Ohio 

45638. 532-4804, 329-4315 
Payne, Gregory H.. 2210 Landan Drive, Louisville 40218, 

456-6061, 582-4111 
Peeno, Harry R., 124 Morris Road, Lookout Heights 41011, 

331-1981 
Perrin, James A.. 700 E. 7th, Apt. 4, Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-0474. 886-4463 
Peterson. Bill S., P, O. Box 213, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

9696, 348-9224 
Pietrowski, Paul, 108 Bishop Street, Corbin 40701, 528- 

6391, 528-1630 
Pinson, Eugene, Rt. 4, Box 254, Ashland 41101, 928-6228, 

324-3101 
Pirkle, Paul S., 2212 Twenty Grand, Owensboro 42301, 684- 

2751. 295-3451 
Pittman, Spencer, 602 College Street, Winchester 40391, 

744-8508 



Powers, Clark, 657 Carolyn Avenue, Danville 40422, 236- 

8467, 236-2330 
Powers, Elmer, 1017 N. Main, Barbourville 40906, 546-6613, 

864-2271 
Puckett. James, Rt. 5, Mayfield 42066, 247-6394, 247-6394 
Pugh, Robert B., 562 Halifax Drive, Lexington 40503, 278- 

0059, 276-1691 
Pugh, Roy D., 3510 Barclay Drive, Jeffersontown 40299, 

267-5513, 361-1211 
Purwin, John C, Box 381, College Ht. P. O. WKU, Bowl- 
ing Green 42101, 842-8540 
Quehl, Bud, P.O. Box 309, Princeton 42445, 365-2238, 365- 

2620 
Raderer, Norman D., 2718 Sheila Drive, Louisville 40220, 

458-3767, 968-6241 
Rains, Everett Paul, Rt. 1, Box 432, Wilhamsburg 40769, 

549-0240, 549-2781 
Rains, Richard, 943 Spring Street, Covington 41074, 291- 

7630 
Ramev, Rov, P.O. Box 669, Prestonsburg 41653, 886-2208, 

886-6861 
Randall. LeRov, Rt. 2, US 27, Alexandria 41001, 694-6642, 

635-2191 
Rapp, William C, 1836 Woodland Drive, Ironton, Ohio 

45638. 532-1983. 532-7245 
Rascoe. Robert B.. 523 Sumpter, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-2360, 745-3542 
Rawdon. Richard M., Jr., P.O. Box 631, Georgetown 

40324, 535-6198. 863-0249 
Read. Frederick K. (Rick), 1338 Greenup Street, Coving- 
ton 41011. 431-5197, 431-5197 
Reeves. Curtis R., 568 Severn Way, Lexington 40503, 277- 

1725. 254-8061, Ext. 212 
Renfro. James H., 4035 Court Avenue, Paducah 42001, 443- 

6611. 444-6311 
Revnolds, Elmer, Box 421, Loyall 40854, 573-1828. 573-1900 
Riggs, C. Dennis, 3131 Sudburv Lane, Louisville 40220, 

451-1278, 452-8341 
Ring, Bill. 481 Rookwood Parkway, Lexington 40505, 

299-7089 255-8492 
Roark, Jimmy W., P.O. Box 114, Pathfork 40863. 664-2008, 

634-3444 
Roberts. James E.. 1019 Pawnee Drive, Elizabethtown 

42701, 765-4739. 769-5950 
Roberts. Thomas L., Jr., Box 58335, Louisville 40258, 935- 

2874 582-2547 
Robinson, Jack, 109 Walker Branch Road, Hazard 41701, 

436-4571, 436-5196 
Robinson, James S., 614 Meadowlawn Drive, Bowling 

Green 42101. 781-2622, 745-3347 
Roby. James B., 119 Maple Grove Court, Bardstown 

40004, 348-6264 
Rodgers, Tom H., 642 Broadway, Apt. 3, Madisonville 

42431. 821-9447. 821-8157 
Rogers. Rufus B., Ft. Knox 40121 
Hose. Robert L.. 10002 Mary Dell Lane, Louisville 40291, 

239-0059, 778-4421 
Rosen, William H., P.O. Box 37, Belfry 41514, 237-1092, 

235-1995 
Rouse, Donald J.. Jr., Box 37, Belfry 41514 
Rudolph, Fred, Jr., 5600 Jeanine Drive, Louisville 40219, 

635-7441 
Russell. Gary E., 2112 Gregory Drive, Henderson 42420, 

827-2437 
Russman, Godfrey F.. Jr., 1041 Goss Avenue, Louisville 

40217, 456-6886', 635-7426 
Ryan, David B.. P.O. Box 788, Elizabethtown 42701, 765- 

7067, 323-8751 
Sammons, C. J.. Box 57, Red Jacket, W. Va. 25678 
Sanders, Mel, 4300 Kimberly Court, Paducah 42001, 442- 

3650. 564-2582 
Sandfoss, Michael J., 64 W. Villa Place, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5069. 562-2930 
Sanks, David, 8602 Chipstone Court, Louisville 40299. 

267-0175, 585-8243 
Saylor, Gary L., General Delivery, Tremont 40871. 573- 

2584 573-1900 
Saviors,' Carlee, Rt. 8, Box 470, Murray 42071, 753-7979, 

924-5602 
Schultz, Frank D., 206 W. Beall, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

5137. 964-5911 
Schmitt, Paul E., 3864 Darlene Drive, Louisville 40216, 778- 

5355 772-3656 
Scott, W. L. (Bill), 1816 McDonald Road, Lexington 40503, 

278-2844, 278-9702 
Scurry, Henry L., Box 31, Ky. St. Univ., Estill Apt. 4, 

Frankfort 40601. 875-1288, 564-6066 
Sesher, James T., 7091 Manderlav Drive, Florence 41042, 

371-8128 
Shanks, Thomas E., 3113 Vogue Avenue, Louisville 40220, 

454-4203, 582-5514 
Sharp, Jerry. 2426 W. Cumberland Avenue, Middlesboro 

40965, 248-4315, 248-3916 
Sharp, Mike, 140 Chasteen, Middlesboro 40965, 248-3916, 

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Sharp. Ronnie, 140 Chasteen, Middlesboro 40965, 248-3916, 

864-2207 
Shaughnessv, Bernard. 2129 East Lane, Louisville 40216, 

448-4923, 583-4851, Ext. 21 
Sherman, Inman J., Jr., Rt. 5, Box 688, London 40741, 

864-6518. 864-2207 
Shelton. James S., 214 E. 20th Street, Benton 42025, 527- 

9802, 247-1431 
Shontee. Raymond T., 2204 Wingfield Court, Louisville 

40216. 772-1744. 776-9365 
Shreve, Tim. 118 Alpha Avenue, Louisville 40218, 458- 

5183, 452-3177 
Simms. Clarence E., 610 Linden Avenue, Nevifport 41071, 

581-3026. 243-3104 
Simms. Randy, 1905 Richmond Drive, Louisville 40205, 

456-9537 (Bus.) 
Simpson, James H., Box 424, South Shore 41175, 932-3613 
Simpson, Olando J., Appalachian Reg. Hospital, Hazard 

41701. 436-2924. 439-1331, Ext. 308 
Sizemore, Aster, 201 Sunvalley Terrace, Hazard 41701, 

436-3402, 436-2107 
Sligh, Jim. 2601 Hampton Street, Ashland 41101, 325-1129, 

739-5111 
Small, David E., 600 Arbor Drive, Louisville 40223, 245- 

7954, 895-6460 
Smith. Carmack. 523 East 3rd Street, Trenton. Tennessee 

38382. 855-1963, 686-7232 
Smith, Jackie H.. 147 Northbrook Trailer Park, Bowling 

Green 42101, 842-6891 
Smith, James H., Rt. 1, Box 437, South Shore 41175, 932- 

4497 
Smith. Joseph E., 1634 Walnut Street, Benton 42025, 527- 

9317 395-4165 
Smith, Ronald A.. 561 Lisa Drive, Lexington 40505, 299- 

9688, 255-5661, Ext. 371 
Snelling. Kenny, 823 Brawner Street, Frankfort 40601, 

223-7081. 564-5971 
Sohan. John Patrick. 4600 Lynnbrook Drive. Louisville 

40220, 451-3860, 451-3860 
Soper, Clyde B., Box 111, Millersburg 40348, 484-3487, 

293-3969 
South, Stanley P., Route 3, Winchester 40391, 744-0357, 

744-4812 
Spath. William J.. 2922 White Plains Road, Louisville 

40218, 452-9637, 584-5209 
Spaulding, Johnny R., Rt. 3, Box 66, Catlettsburg 41129, 

739-6887, 325-8511, Ext. 326 
Stalev. Jerry, 1117 Inca Trail, Georgetown 40324, 863-3440, 

987-2240 
Stansbury, Charles F., Apt. 18 Riceville, Morehead 40351, 

784-5135 
Staples. Jerry D., R.R. 1, Box 203, Henderson 42420, 827- 

3633, 826-9040 
Stikeleather, Clyde L., 730 School Street, Leitchfield 

42754, 259-3885, 259-3161 
Staten, Jos. B.. 4303 Wyola Court, Louisville 40218, 456-4777 
Staten, Michael J., 3039 Kozy Kreek, Louisville 40220, 

458-4751, 585-5802 
Stephenson, Ehner B.. Rt. 2, Milford Estates, Richmond 

40475, 623-3699, 622-3271 
Stephenson, Harry. 1612 Hawthorn Lane, Lexington 40505, 

299-1757 233-8221 
Stewart. Phil R., 112 East 13th Street, Bowling Green 

42101, 843-4734 
Stiene, Rick. 3511 Thomas Street, Erlanger 41018, 341- 

8411, 431-1234 
Stohr, James J.. 323 Creekview Drive, Paris 40361. 987- 

3948 
Stoup, Robert A., 916 Washington Avenue, Flatwoods 

41139, 836-8423, 325-8511, Ext. 309 
Stovall. Kenneth J.. 2144 Glenworth Avenue, Louisville 

40218, 451-6781 
Strader. Tim V., 2717 Cumberland Avenue. Ashland 41101, 

325-3255 
Strain. Richard P.. P.O. Box 472, Radcliff 40160, 351-4306, 

624-2214 
Strange, Fred D., Jr., 3416 Kramers Lane #61, Louisville 

40216, 448-1353. 447-3721 
Straus, William W.. 212 Culpepper Drive, Lexington 40502, 

266-6349, 252-2275 
Streible, Ronnie D.. 204 Olde English Court, Louisville 

40272, 937-1120, 624-8197 
Streicher, Richard A., 3249 Ellis Way, Louisville 40220, 

458-5254, 584-7156 
Stuedle, Ray, 1404 Girard Drive, Louisville 40222, 425- 

3679, 893-3852 
Stumbo, Jack, 1146 Elverview Lane, Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-3363, 886-3080 
Stutler, Joe, 1219 Audubon Road, Park Hills 41011, 291- 

5362. 542-4700 
Sullivan, A. G., 1921 Goodwin Avenue, Corbin 40701, 528- 

1282, 528-9035 
Sumner, Carl, 8711 Cedar Creek Road, Fern Creek 40291, 

239-0783, 459-1030, Ext. 205 
Sutton. James A.. 2111 Sutton Drive, Henderson 42420, 

§27-3186, 826-6958 



Sutton, Jim, Rt. 1, East Bernstadt 40729, 843-7428, 864-2241 
Swarts, Joseph C. 135 Lane Street, Coal Grove, Ohio 

45638, 532-9349 
Swauger. Gary B.. 19 Park Place, Fort Thomas 41075, 

781-2935, 352-7036 
Swinford. John. 106 S. Elmarch, Cynthiana 41031, 234- 

2562. 234-5820 
Sword. Russ D.. 601 Lovern Street, Hazard 41701, 439- 

2263. 439-1331 
Talbot, Wm. G. IIL R. R. 1, Paris 40361, 987-4529, 987-4529 
Tate, Charles F.. Christopher Square, Apt 91, Radcliff 

40160, 351-5087 
Tate. Ken. Jr., 317 Hightower Road, Lexington 40502, 272- 

7064. 255-0835 
Taylor, Charles G., 222 Demaree Drive, Bardstown 40004, 

348-9451 348-9030 
Taylor, David, Rt. Box 79. Branchland, W. Va. 25506, 

778-4756, 429-1381, Ext. 281 
Taylor, James R.. 1823 Creston Place, Ashland 41101, 

324-4841, 324-4841 
Thomas. Frank M., 6291/2 So. 44th Street, Louisville 40211, 

774-2624, 774-6529 
Thomas, James J.. 7407 Fevhurst Drive, Louisville 40258, 

932-4875, 774-6465 
Thomas, Lvn H.. Rt. 2, Calvert City 42029, 395-4035, 395- 

7121, Ext. 2446 
Thomas. Paul. 706 Gartrell Court, Ashland 41101, 324- 

9603, 329-3333, Ext. 8432 
Thomas, Raymond E., 1106 Main Street, Sturgis 42459, 333- 

2151, 338-5460 
Thomas, Raymond Earl, 212 Akin Avenue, Franklin 42134, 

586-6297 
Thompson. Harrle G., Rt. 7. Box 137 Cleveland Road, 

Lexington 40502, 266-2819, 278-9346 
Thompson, Michael J., 628 N. 3rd Street. Bardstown 

4C004. 348-3838. 257-2088 (Lexington) 
Thompson, Thomas D.. 97 Carran Drive, Ft. Mitchell 

41017. 341-1809, 581-1322, Ext. 211 
Thompson. Victor Neil. 124 Garrard Street, Covington 

41011, 261-7913, 971-9100 
Thornton. Daniel A., 119 Stacker Drive, Clarksville, Ten- 
nessee 37040, 648-2742. 648-2742 
Timmering. George E., 4109 Manner Gate Drive, Louisville 

40220. 459-2705. 897-9441 
Towe, Paul F.. 611 Lake Knoll Court, Erlanger 41018, 341- 

7895, 825-0370 
Trabue. David, 114 Maplewood Place, Glasgow 42141, 651- 

3436, 745-3349 
Trapp. Charles W., 34 Trapp Court, Alexandria 41001, 

635-9250. 341-2700. Ext. 268 
Treas. Joe W. P.O. Box 653, Fulton 42041, 472-1604, 472-1836 
Treibly, Charles E., 4418 Signal Hill Road Louisville 40207, 

893-5855, 451-9301 
Trice, Victor, 731 S. 35th Street, Louisville 40211, 778- 

9591 491-3345 
Tucker,' Charles N. 5353 B Kelly Street, Fort Knox 40121, 

624-5063, 624-2816 
Tuitele, Matthew V. L.. 203 Millbrooke Drive, Hopkins- 

ville 42240, 886-8371, 886-5151, Ext. 231 

(Continued in October Athilete) 



Basketball Officials Ratings 

Thie following ratings were received on bas- 
ketball officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. 
during 1973-1974. The numbers following each 
name respectively represent the numbers of Ex- 
cellent, Good, Fair and Poor ratings given to the 
official. 

Ackerman, Joseph F., Jr., 0-2-0-0; Acton, 
Claude J., 0-6-0-0; Adams, James C, 5-8-3-0; Agee, 
Danny B., 4-10-6-5; Akemon, Rudy, 0-5-1-2; Akers, 
Harold, 1-0-0-0; Alexander, Darryl, 2-6-1-0; Al- 
ford, Orville, 0-2-2-0; Allen, Brent, 0-1-4-0; Allen, 
Doug, 7-3-3-2; Allen, Nelson Robert, 7-13-1-1; Al- 
len, Yvon, 2-1-1-0; Allgood, Russell L., 5-7-1-1; 
Anders, Raleigh, 7-9-5-2; Anderson, Edward L., 
4-4-1-3; Anderson, Luther S., 2-2-1-0; Asher, 
Ralph, 0-0-0-1; Atkins, James P., 0-0-0-1; 

Bailey, Jimmy H., 1-2-3-0; Baker, Roger D., 
1-1-0-1; Banks, Buddy, 3-8-1-0; Barker, Walter D., 
1-2-0-0; Barry, Donald E., 0-0-2-0; Barton, Leon, 
0-1-0-0; Bates, Gardner, Jr., 0-3-5-0; Bell, Clarence 
T., 16-5-1-0; Bell, Gary Michael, 0-2-1-0; Bell, Hen- 
ry B., 5-4-0-0; Bell, Robert J., 5-17-1-0; Bell, Ron- 
ald K., 0-6-0-0; Bernardini, Bruno, 0-2-1-0; Bertsch, 



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Ron, 3-10-3-6; Beshears, Jim T., 10-15-3-0; Bavins, 
Wally I., 0-0-1-0; Bibb, Ennis W., 2-0-0-0; Biter, 
Charles D., 1-11-3-4; Black, Willis L., 24-11-0-0; 
Blackford, Robert, 0-1-0-0; Blackwood, Thomas 
W., 12-16-3-2; Blair, Kenneth, 0-1-0-0; Blanken- 
baker, W. Larry, 1-8-0-0; Blemker, Ray, 0-1-0-3 
Blevins, Boone, Jr., 1-0-1-0; Bogar, Joseph D. 
2-0-0-0; Bollinger, Billy J., 2-9-3-4; Bone, Gerald 
W., 0-2-0-0; Boyles, Paul E., 6-4-0-0; Bramble 
James 4-6-3-0; Branstetter, Charles, 2-0-1-2; Bra 
shear, Loy Ray, 7-6-6-2; Brewer, Jerry, 5-6-3-0 
Bridges, Ralph L., 10-10-4-0; Briggs, Bruce E. 
3-0-0-0; Brock, Alben, 19-15-2-0; Brock, John D. 
3-11-3-1; Brock, Lavone, 0-0-1-3; Brockman, Ger 
aid K., 3-7-6-1; Browder, Homer Lee, 5-1-5-0 
Brown, E. C, 10-7-2-0; Brown, J. W. (Scoop) 
9-8-0-0; Brown, Lyman D., 13-19-3-1; Browning 
Earl, 6-10-5-3; Browning, Wayne, 9-7-1-1; Bruner, 
Jack C, 3-5-0-0; Bugg, James M.. 2-4-0-1; Burch, 
Bill, 6-15-1-0; Burgess, Jack, 12-5-4-3; Burgess 
James R., Jr., 8-4-1-0; Burkhart, James G., 3-4-0-0 
Bush, Karmen B., 1-1-0-0; Bussell, Bryan, 0-1-0-0 
Butcher, Douglas, 14-4-0-0; Butcher, Granville Bo 
1-1-0-0; Butcher, Stephen, 12-5-0-0; Butner, Billy 
N., 6-8-4-0; 

Caldwell, James A., 15-22-2-1; Callahan, S 
Gary, 1-0-0-0; Carlberg, John H., 5-3-2-3; Carpent 
er, Jasper, 1-1-0-0; Carr, Lawrence W., 0-1-2-2 
Carrico, Tommy, 0-4-1-3; Cash, Charles C. 
8-33-3-1; Gates, Billy C, 0-12-3-0; Cecil, James R. 
2-0-0-0; Caldwell, Bill, 0-0-1-0; Childers, Jerry W. 
0-0-1-0; Childers, Philip, 0-2-0-0; Clater, James F. 
2-8-5-0; Cleavenger, Ed, 13-13-2-1; Click, Edgle 
5-1-0-0; Cobb, Mike, 4-13-0-1; Cochran, Ray D. 
0-3-1-0; Colley, Lynn W., 4-14-1-3; Collier, Bur 
nard, 1-3-2-1; Collier, Michael, 4-4-3-1; Colhns 
Hubert, 13-4-1-0; Collins, Ron, 10-16-3-0; Collins 
worth, Kenneth, 1-0-0-0; Combs, Henry B. 
2-7-1-1; Congleton, S. Jay, 9-0-3-0; Conley, Gary 
D., 2-0-1-0; Conley, Joseph D., 3-4-0-1; Coomer. 
George M., 0-0-1-0; Copley, Sidney M., 4-5-3-0 
Cosby, Carol, 1-1-0-0; Cotton, Carl W., 0-2-0-0: 
Cox, Clarence (Chuck), 3-1-0-0; Cox, Ken, 7-6-3-0 
Cox, Rufus A., 14-13-1-1; Crager, Bobby F. 
3-20-6-3; Craig, Arthur P., 0-0-2-1; Cravens, Rob 
ert L., Jr., 0-0-0-1; Crawford, Thomas N., 2-7-0-1 
Crutcher, Marion, 3-1-1-0; Cupp, Jackie R., 0-0-2-0 
Curry, Randall L., 1-2-0-0; 

Dame, L. J., 18-13-2-11; Daniel, Roger T., 
1-2-0-0; Daniels, Leon, 0-0-1-0; Daniels, Robert A., 
6-6-0-0; Dant, Joseph B., 0-7-2-2; Davenport, Bow- 
man (Bo), 4-6-0-0; Davis, Jay W., 0-2-0-1; Davis 
Tom, 3-10-2-0; Day, Bill E., 8-7-0-0; Day, Jack L. 
5-4-1-0; Day, Roy E., 1-7-2-0; Deaton, Julian A 
Jr., 0-1-0-0; Denham, Alan R., 0-1-0-0; Dennedy 
Bob, 1-1-3-0; Denton, Calvin R., 0-1-0-1; DeVary 
Bill, 20-14-1-0; Dick, James E., 3-0-1-1; Dill, Roger 
1-7-1-2; Dillihay, Ralph E., 16-26-4-6; Divine 
Wayne L., 6-7-3-0; Dixon, Billy M., 4-12-0-0; Dix 
on, Ron, 0-1-0-0; Dobson, Kenneth, 0-3-2-3; Doll 
Allen, 0-0-2-0; Dotson, Paul, 6-6-5-0; Dowd, James 
7-12-4-1; Downs, Joseph W., 8-7-2-0; Drake, Rich- 
ard R., 12-19-6-4; Driskell, Earl, Jr., 8-3-6-0; Duer- 
son, W. R., 11-17-2-0; Duff, Birchell, 7-4-1-6; Duff, 
Earl, 15-8-5-0; Duncan, Mike K., 0-6-2-0; Durbin, 
Roy, 2-6-4-1; Duvall, Thomas Jay, Sr., 6-18-6-3; 
Dyke, Orville Dean, 0-14-5-1; 

Early, Robert G., 0-0-0-1; Eary, Edward B., 
Jr., 1-2-0-2; East, Wilham L., 0-1-0-0; Eaves, 
James K., 1-7-7-2; Edwards, Ernest S., Jr., 4-7-2-3; 
Edwards, James D., 0-2-1-0; Eisenhardt, James E., 
0-1-0-0; Eldridge, Wayne R., 5-12-4-1; Ellington, 
Jerald, 1-1-2-1; Estes, Walter R., 2-11-5-0; Ewing, 
Ray F., 0-0-1-0; 



Farley, Jimmy, 4-8-0-0; Farmer, Bill, 2-8-2-0; 
Farris, Joseph T., 6-7-2-0; Faulk, Terry, 1-7-1-0; 
Featherstone, Jerry, 0-3-0-0; Feger, George, 
2-9-2-1; Feher, Al, 1-0-2-0; Fields, Rufus, Jr., 
2-13-3-0; Finley, Howard, 1-14-7-2; Finley, Albert 
R., 7-13-9-6; Fiske, Charles N., 3-5-0-0; Florence, 
Darren, 0-7-3-0; Floyd, Richard L., 0-2-1-0; Flynn, 
Bobby, 8-6-0-0; Ford, Donald R., 0-6-3-2; Frankel, 
Louis S., 2-2-1-0; Frazier, Mac, 0-6-1-0; Freppon, 
Tom, 8-17-0-2; Fritz, Sherman, 7-14-6-3; Fuller, 
John R., Jr., 2-11-3-0; Fultz, G. Roger, 0-1-0-0; 

Gabbard, Jack, 0-0-0-2; Gaddie, Gary, 2-0-1-2; 
Gaines, Harvey, 3-5-4-2; Gaither, Gene, 3-10-1-1; 
Gardner, Gary, 3-2-4-0; Gaskin, Donald W., 4-7-0-3; 
Gentry, Dale J., 3-12-4-0; Gettler, John F., 2-4-1-1; 
Gibson, Fred W., 10-22-6-1; Goins, Edgar S., 
11-6-0-1; Golden, Billy Joe, 12-4-0-0; Goldey, Wil- 
liam H., 5-4-0-0; Goley, Jim, 4-14-10-0; Goode, 
Earl A., 4-18-3-2; Goodman, Jack, 8-8-1-0; Gordon, 
Roy T., 0-6-4-3; Gorrell, Howard, 8-14-2-0; Cover, 
Luid J., 7-2-2-0; Grace, Charles K., 0-0-1-0; 
Graham, James, 1-2-0-0; Graves, Kenneth J., 
0-0-1-0; Graves, Walter S., 0-0-1-0; Greathouse, 
Bobby, 0-5-1-0; Green, Donald P., 3-28-5-3; Green- 
well, Darryl, 0-4-1-1; Greer, Phil, 5-8-2-3; 

Haas, Tom V., 5-8-1-2; Hackett, Wilbur, Sr., 
3-10-3-4; Halbert, Hubert E., 0-6-1-0; Hall, Charles 
E., 7-6-3-2; Hall, Ted, 0-2-3-0; Hall, Tommy D., 
2-4-1-1; Hall, William W., 12-2-1-0; Hamm, Gerald 
(Jerry), 2-6-3-1; Hammons, Wendell, 7-10-2-1; 
Hampton, Doug, 4-12-1-3; Hardin, Don G., 
27-12-2-0; Hargis, Noel, 5-8-0-0; Harned, Vic, 
13-15-1-0; Harper, Randall H., 11-20-3-3; Harper, 
Robie, 6-9-0-0; Harper, Tom C, 6-1-1-1; Harrison, 
John, 9-13-3-0; Harrison, Tim, 4-15-4-1; Hawkins, 
Donald H., 8-18-5-2; Hayden, John O., 2-16-7-0; 
Hayes, James V. (Pete), 4-14-2-4; Helton, Roger, 
0-0-1-0; Henson, Don R., 0-10-0-0; Henson, Tony C, 
7-6-1-2; Herrington, Kenneth, 0-0-1-1; Hicks, Gene, 
3-8-2-5; Hill, Earl F., 2-9-1-1; Hill, James P., 
13-19-1-4; Hines, Bob, 2-12-1-2; Hinton, Henry E., 
11-10-4-4; Hollar, Lanny W., 1-9-2-3; Holmes, Ed- 
die R., 0-2-1-0; Holt, Larry Kent, 0-2-1-0; Holt, 
Robert E., 6-17-6-6; Holt, Terrell, 1-8-1-0; Hook. 
Don, 4-10-0-0; Hoskins, Carl, 0-2-0-0; Houk, Jackie 
L., 7-3-6-0; Howard, Jackie Lynn, 0-0-0-1; Howard, 
James D., 2-4-3-1; Hubbs, Sonny, 6-12-2-1; Hughes, 
Rufus L., 4-5-1-0; Hummel, Thomas, 4-20-5-0; Hun- 
ley Neil P., 8-5-1-0; Hunt, Leonard, 15-10-1-0; 
Hurley, Robert, 2-2-1-5; Hurst, Terry, 0-1-0-0; Hut- 
chens, Jim, 10-15-2-2; Hyland, Frank Dixon, 
2-3-0-0; 

Irwin, Charlie, 10-3-2-0; 

Jackson, Dennis, 2-13-4-1; Jackson, Ed, 
11-14-7-4; Jackson, Donald L., 7-5-0-0; Jenkins, 
Jerry, 15-10-2-1; Jent, Richard L., 1-1-1-0; Johnson, 
David A., 3-13-3-1; Johnson, Gayle W., 2-6-5-3; 
Johnson, Harry B., 10-17-2-1; Johnson, James M., 
7-9-3-1; Johnson, Jerry L., 0-4-3-0; Johnson, Mich- 
ael 0-0-0-2; Johnson, Walter, 11-10-0-0: Johnson, 
William G., 0-4-0-0; Jones, Denver, 4-12-6-0; Jones, 
Frank, 4-10-3-0; Jordan, Jim, 0-0-1-0; 

Kaufman, Leonardo D., Sr., 0-0-1-0; Kazunas, 
Gerald L., 2-4-3-0; Keatley, James H., 1-1-1-0; 
Keeling, Reuben, 0-6-9-0; Kelley, Larry, 0-1-2-1; 
Kennedy, Wayne, 0-0-1-1; Kidd, Gary G., 0-1-0-1; 
King, James A., 6-9-2-1; King, Raymond H., 
9-7-9-0; Kirk, Charles, 6-13-0-0; Kirklin, Luther, 
1-1-1-0; Knight, Bill, 8-15-0-4; Kouns, Robert, 
17-13-3-0; 

Lamar, Huston O., 1-0-0-0; Lamastus, Randall, 
0-3-1-1; Lambert, Irvin, 5-12-2-0; Latkovski, An- 
dy, 1-14-4-3; Laubheimer, Don T., 13-11-2-0; Law- 
son, Ronald G., 0-0-1-1; Lawson, Rondell, 1-1-0-0; 



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Page Eleven 



Layne, Bert, 0-6-1-0; Layne, Malcolm Darwin, 
1-3-2-0; Leber, Jerry L., 3-8-2-1; Ledford, Thos. B., 
0-6-0-0; Lefevers, Colman J., 7-14-6-0; Lehkamp, 
Ken, 1-3-8-2; Leneave, Robert, 0-1-0-0; Lequire, 
H. M., 3-17-1-0; Letcher, Ronnie, 0-1-0-0; Lewis, 
Tommy (Tick), 1-7-0-0; Liedtke, Joseph S., 0-3-0-0; 
Lile, Clyde F., 4-13-1-1; Lillie, Wes, 1-7-2-1; Little- 
page, Pryce, 10-10-3-0; Lloyd, David, 1-4-2-0; 
Long, James E., 7-1-1-0; Long, Robert F., 9-10-3-0; 
Long, Steve, 5-6-0-0; Lusby, George, 7-14-2-0; 

McCarley, John W., 14-10-1-0; McClure, Frank 
E., 0-1-1-0; McClure, Jerry, 0-2-1-1; McClure, Will- 
is B., 0-2-0-0; McCowan, Connell, 0-2-1-1; McCoy, 
Hayse, 6-3-3-2; McDannold, Buddy, 3-3-0-1; Mc- 
Ginty, L. V., Jr., 3-22-6-1; McKenzie, Dwight E., 
2-4-1-2; McKinney, Adelle, 0-1-0-0; McLane, Al- 
bert I., 11-10-3-1; McLean, Gordon, 0-8-5-0; Mc- 
Leod, Robert, 0-3-2-0; McMenama, John H., 
8-15-1-0; McMillin, Larry, 3-13-2-2; Madden, Mc- 
Elroy, 0-0-0-1; Maddox, Richard, 0-5-0-1; Maines, 
George E., 10-6-4-0; Mang, Berry W., Jr., 2-6-1-2; 
Mathis, Mike, 4-2-2-0; Mauney, Bill, 7-3-1-0; Max- 
ey, Michael, 0-1-0-0; May, Larry, 0-0-0-2; Mayer, 
John P., 0-4-2-1; Maynard, James L., 1-1-1-0; 
Meadors, William, 3-9-3-1; Meadows, Marvin, 
2-21-2-0; Melton, Bob, 1-1-0-0; Meredith, Denny, 
Jr., 17-12-1-1; Meredith, Wilmoth (Billy), 5-14-0-2; 
Middleton, Johnny, 6-11-5-0; Milbern, Daniel L., 
6-2-0-0; Miller, Harold P., 0-13-1-1; Mills, Dwight 
K., 2-8-1-0; Mills, Lawrence G., 0-2-1-0; Moberly, 
Harold F., 0-1-2-0; Mobley, Clarence E., 0-1-0-0; 
Monks, Ronald, 4-11-2-0; Montgomery, Chester, 
19-13-3-2; Moore, Frankhn, 4-24-3-0; Moore, Mar- 
vin, 14-12-1-2; Moore, Robert, 19-20-8-3; Morgan, 
Earl M., 0-0-1-0; Morgan, Richard, 1-4-3-1; Morris, 
Edmund A., 0-1-0-0; Morris, Larry G., 1-3-1-1; 
Morrison, Daniel G., 4-9-2-1; Morse, Richard K., 
12-9-4-2; Moser, Rudy C, 18-14-3-0; Moss, Marvin 
T., 0-1-0-0; Mullins, William B., 0-0-0-1; Murphy, 
Michael P., 0-10-3-1; Murrell, Allen L., 16-15-0-1; 
Murt, Gene T., 0-1-0-1; 

Nance, David, 0-2-1-0; Napier, Charles M., 
3-7-1-1; Napier, Wallace R., Jr., 0-2-2-0; Nelson, 
Clarence R., 1-9-6-0; Newman, Bill, 3-0-1-0; New- 
some, William, Jr., 5-5-0-0; Newton, Danny L., 
1-6-7-3; Newton, John L., 2-6-0-0; Nieland, Doug, 
1-3-0-0; 

Omer, Harold G., 0-3-1-2; O'Nan, Norman, 
16-12-1-0; Overbey, Jerry, 2-3-1-0; Owens, Bruce 
E., 13-4-2-2; Owings, Hank, 0-0-3-0; 

Pace, Donald W., 12-8-1-0; Page, James N., 
1-3-0-1; Parsons, Kenneth, 8-10-3-0; Pearl, George 
W., Jr., 3-0-0-0; Peeler, Charles A., 2-6-2-0; Peeno, 
Harry R., 9-11-6-1; Pelphrey, Jack, 8-7-0-0; Pence, 
Wm. Jerry, 5-9-2-3; Perkins, Ronnie, 5-10-3-3: Per- 
ry, James E., 9-18-3-0; Phelps, Ray, 3-5-0-1; Phil- 
lips, Gene, 3-1-2-2; Phillips, Harold D., 1-4-2-0; 
Phillips, Thomas M., 0-0-1-0; Pietrowski, Paul, 
1-12-2-0; Poe, Thomas (Buddie), 14-18-2-0; Pogue, 
Ivan Gordon, 2-4-0-0; Powell, Billy R., 1-1-0-0; 
Powell, Mike, 3-5-5-0; Powell, Ronald R., 0-0-1-0; 
Powers, Clark, 5-8-2-0; P'Pool, Lanny E., 1-3-4-1; 

Quisenberry, James M., 1-1-0-0; 

Racke, Jerry W., 3-8-8-1; Radjunas, Edward, 
5-8-5-0; Ramey, Gary, 12-4-2-0; Ramey, Herb, 
7-13-3-0; Ramsey, Mil?;e, 2-0-0-0; Randolph, D. E., 
6-0-1-1; Rascoe, Robert B., 4-16-0-0; Redle, Joel E., 
3-15-5-0; Reed, Charles R., 3-2-0-0; Reeves, Curtis, 
0-1-1-0; Reinhardt, Myron S., 12-16-1-0; Reliford, 
Paul, 5-14-4-1; Rexroat, Jerry L., 10-9-2-0; Rhodes, 
Cecil, 1-4-1-0; Rich, Dennis W., 3-6-6-0; Riggs, 
Stan, 0-0-1-1; Ring, Bill, 13-12-2-1; Ritter, Goebel, 
0-1-0-0; Roai-k, Forrest G., 8-13-3-2; Robinson, 



Tony L., 0-2-1-0; Rodgers, Tom H., 5-13-3-1; Roe, 
Buddy, 3-5-1-0; Roesel, Joseph, 8-11-4-1; Rose, 
Scott, 2-7-1-0; Runyon, Tommy D., 7-2-0-0; 

Salyers, John D., 0-1-0-0; Sammons, C. J., 
0-1-2-0; Sams, Glenn, 4-5-0-0; Sargent, Steven F., 
0-0-3-1; Saylors, Carlee, 0-7-2-6; Schmidt, Tom, 
5-7-2-0; Scott, Emmanuel, 4-4-3-2; Scott, Sidney 
H., 0-0-1-1; Scott, Wilhe L., 0-1-0-0; Scurry, Hemy 
L., 0-1-0-0; Sears, Wilson, 10-8-1-1; Seavers, Joe, 
3-19-4-1; Seiner, Edward F., Jr., 9-16-0-0; Selvy, 
Curt, 10-5-2-1; Sharp, Ronnie, 1-7-4-1; Shaw, Earl, 
9-10-2-0; Shearer, Robert L., 0-1-3-1; Shelton, Les- 
ter T., 0-2-0-0; Shinbaum, Ralph, 1-6-4-2; Shipp, 
David E., 1-0-0-0; Shuck, Thomas G., 10-17-1-0; 
Sims, Frank D., 17-11-8-2; Singleton, Bobby L., 
1-7-4-0; Sizemore, Austin, 6-6-0-2; Skaggs, Bobby 
L.. 9-7-3-2; Skaggs, Robert L. (Bill), 9-11-5-5; 
Smith, Benny, 1-5-4-1; Smith, Mickey K., 0-0-1-0; 
Smith, Robert L., 7-11-3-1; Smith, Roy M., 3-2-3-0; 
Smith, Wayne N., 7-3-1-0; Smith, Willard N., 
7-4-1-0; Smith, WiUiam E. 1-1-0-0; Spencer, Irv, 
14-12-5-0; Spoonamore, Jim, 18-10-1-1; Stark, 
Douglas O., 2-16-3-5; Stephens, Stephen D., 1-0-0-0: 
Stephenson, Harry S., 6-13-3-0; Stethen, James E.' 
12-18-1-3; Stevens, James L., 1-4-0-0; Stevenson, 
M. G., 0-3-0-0; Stewart, Dale, 0-8-3-2; Stiff, Maur- 
ice (Moe). 4-14-4-2; Stikeleather, Clyde L., 
22-17-3-0; Stoess, Henry L., 4-15-3-3; Stone, Sid- 
ney P., 0-1-0-0; StovaU, Tom, 7-10-5-2; Strain, 
Richard P., 4-6-4-2; Strasburger, Greg, 1-1-0-0; 
Strong, Charles, Jr., 4-9-3-3; Studle, Ronald, 
2-5-0-0: Sullivan, Dan L., 10-24-3-0; Sumner, Carl, 
1-20-4-2; Switzer, Bradley, 0-1-1-0; Switzer, Rich- 
ard J., Jr., 1-6-3-4; Swope, Tom, 5-10-5-3; 

Taylor, Carl D., 2-0-0-0; Taylor, Donald D., 
1-6-5-2; Taylor, Ed, 5-14-3-0; Taylor, John O., 
6-8-1-0; Thomas, Billy, 0-5-3-3; Thompson, Joe, 
0-2-0-0; Thompson, Ronnie, 9-0-3-0; Thompson, 
Thomas A„ 8-11-4-0; Thompson, Thomas D., 
7-18-8-0; Tindall, Clifford, 1-0-0-0; Tippett, 
Charles, 3-2-3-2; Toombs, Billy L., 0-3-0-0; Tow- 
ler, Stephen W., 12-11-3-1; Trabue, David, 0-1-1-0; 
Triplett, Herb, 0-3-0-0; Trombley, Norman, 0-0-1-0; 
Troutman, Doyle, 2-1-1-1; Turner, Lonnie, 0-2-3-2; 
Turpin, Donald W., 1-2-1-0; Turpin, Ronald D., 
1-0-2-1; Tyre, Don, 3-0-0-0; 

Urlage, Richard, 6-23-5-4; 

Vance, Hunter, Jr., 0-2-1-0; Vanover, J. W., 
0-7-1-0; Vanover, Wiley G., 0-1-0-0; Varner, Ray 
G., 7-12-2-1; Vincent, Dale, 1-0-0-0; Vories, Dick, 
13-24-2-1; Vories, Gary W., 1-6-0-1; Votaw, Tony, 
0-0-1-0; 

Wagoner, Robert G., 1-0-0-0; Walker, Joe D., 
2-1-0-0; Wallace, Curt, 6-5-1-0; Wallen, David, 
0-0-1-0; Waller, Bob, 3-7-2-0; Walter, Darwin, 
0-1-0-0; Ward, Bob J., 8-10-3-1; Wedding, Tommy, 
0-1-0-0; Weihe, Robert J., 0-6-1-0; Wells, Glen, 
2-3-1-0; Wesley, Loyal, 4-4-1-0; Weyer, James, 
6-26-4-1; Whitaker, Charles, 0-4-1-3; White, Wil- 
Uam L., 0-3-5-3; Whitahead, Christopher, 5-14-3-0; 
Whitt, Jim, 1-0-0-0; Wilcox, Ursal R., 0-5-0-2; Wil- 
hams, Bobby, 13-8-2-2; Williams, Brian, 0-1-0-0; 
Williams, James A., 0-1-0-0; Williams, Roger, 
12-14-0-2; Williams, S. Jack, 4-7-0-3; Wilson, 
George G., Ill, 0-0-1-1; Wilson, Paul A., 1-5-1-0; 
Winchester, Roy L., 11-14-3-4; Winfrey, Shelby, 
3-11-7-2; Wingfield, Felix G., 1-12-5-2; Withrow, 
Roy D., 1-8-5-0; Wood, Harold R., 0-4-3-1; Woods, 
Gene B., 0-10-4-0; Woosley, Donald, 0-0-1-0; Woot- 
on, George B., 7-14-4-0; Wulfeck, James, 1-7-3-0; 
Wyatt, Henry, 0-2-0-0; 

Young, William F., 0-2-3-0; 

Zimmerman, Ronnie D., 0-2-0-0; 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1974 



Member Schools in Basketball, 1973-1974 
Officials^ Ratings on Sportsmanship of K.H.S.A.A: 



SCHOOL 

Oneida Baptist Inst. 

Owen County 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic 

Owsley County 

Paducah Tilghman 

Paintsville 

Paris 

Park City 

Paul G. Blazer 

Pendleton Co. 

Phelps 

Pikeville 

Pine Knot 

Pineville 

Pleasuie Ridge Park 

Portland Christian 

Powell County 

Prestonsburg 

Providence 

Pulaski County 

Raceland 

Red Bird Settlement 

Reidland 

Riverside Christian 

Rockcastle Co. 

Rowan County 

Russell 

Russell County 

Russellville 

St. Henry 

St. Mary 

St. Patrick 

St. Romuald 

St. Thomas 

St. Xavier 

SalyersviUe 

Sayre 

Scott County 

Scottsville 

Sedalia 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Shelby County 

ShelbyviUe 

Sheldon Clark 

Shopville 

Silver Grove 

Simon Kenton 

Somerset 

South Hopkins 

South Marshall 

Southern 

Stanford 

Stuart 

Symsonia 

Tates Creek 

Taylor County 

Taylorsville 

Thomas Jefferson 

Todd County Central 

Tollesboro 

Tompkinsville 

Trigg County 

Trimble County 

Trinity (Louisville) 

Trinity (Whitesville) 

Union County 

University Breckinridge 

Valley 

Virgie 

Waggener 

Walton-Verona 

Warren Central 

Warren East 

Washington County 

Wayne County 

Webster County 

West Carter 

West Hardin 

West Hopkins 

Western (Louisville) 

Western (Siani) 

Westport 

Wheelwright 

Whitesburg 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Williamstown 

Wingo 

Wolfe County 

Woodford Co. 



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K.H.S.A.A. BOARD OF CONTROL 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Cecil Reid, Symsonia; Conley Manning, State De- 
partment of Education; George Sauer, Jr.. Louisville; Fairce Woods, Flemingsburg; 
Ray Story, Radcliff. Second Row: Arthur Hawkins, Mt. Sterling; W. P. Wheeler 
(President), Owensboro; Louie Martin (Vice-President), Corbin; Jack Fultz, Olive 
Hill; James R. Williams, Somerset; Frank Simpson, Louisville. 

Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



Official Organ of tlie 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



OCTOBER 1974 



Football Districts and Regions 
1975 and 1976 

CLASS A 

REGION I 

District 1 — ^ , „ t^ ,. 

Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Fulton, 
Fulton County, Heath, Russellville, McLean Coun- 
ty . o 

District 2— ^,. ^ ^ 

Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, 

Cumberland County, Gamaliel, Hancock County, 
Metcalfe County, Tompkinsville 

REGION II 

District 1 — , ,, ^ i f/* 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Kentucky School t/t 
Deaf, Madison, Mercer County, Sayre 

District 2— „ , ^ . ^ 

Beth Haven, Eminence, Frankfort, George- 
town, Henry County, Kentucky Country Day, 
Owen County, Shelbyville 

REGION III 

District 1 — „ ^^ ^ 

Beechwood, Bellevue. Carroll County, Dayton, 
Ludlow, Trimble County 
District 2 — ,,.„ , •,,.,.. 

Fairview, Maysville, Millersburg Military 
Inst., Mt Sterling, Nicholas County, Pans, Race- 
land 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Corbin, Harlan, Lynch, Lynn Camp, Pine- 
ville, Williamsburg 
District 2— 

Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Mul- 
lins, Paintsville, Phelps, Pikeville, Virgie, Wheel- 
wright 

CLASS AA 

REGION I 
District I — 

Caldwell County, Henderson, Mayfield, Mur- 
ray, Reidland, Todd Central, Trigg County, Web- 
ster County 
District 2 — 

Adair County, Butler County, Edmonson 
County, Green County, Hart County, Taylor 
County 

REGION II 
District I — 

Anderson, Bardstown, East Hardin, Fort 
Knox, LaRue County, Washington County 
District 2 — 

Bath County, Fleming County, Lewis County, 
Montgomery County, Scott County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Boyle County, Casey County, Estill County, 
Garrard County, Russell County, Somerset, Wayne 
County 
District 2 — 

Bell County, Cumberland, Evarts, Middles- 
boro 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Hazard, Johns Creek, M. C. Napier, Whites- 
burg 
District 2 — 

East Carter, Louisa, Morgan County, Pres- 
tonsburg. Rowan County, West Carter 



CLASS AAA 

REGION I 
District 1 — 

Lone Oak, Marshall County, Union Countv 
District 2 — 

Allen County, Barren County, Franklin-Simp- 
son, Glasgow, Ohio County, Warren Central, War- 
ren East 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, Grayson 
County, Meade County, Oldham County, Shelby 
County 
District 2 — 

Bourbon County, Danville, Harrison County, 
Jessamine County, Madison Central, Woodford 
County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Conner, Covington Catholic, Highlands, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Catholic 
District 2 — 

Knox Central, Lincoln County, Rockcastle 
County, Whitley County 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Breathitt County, James A. Cawood, Leslie 
County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell 

CLASS AAAA — JEFFERSON COUNTY 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

DeSales, Iroquois, Male, Shawnee, Trinity 
District 2 — 

Atherton, Bishop David, Central, Manual, St. 
Xavier 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Butler, Doss, Pleasure Ridge Park, Valley, 
Western 
District 2 — 

Ballard, Eastern, Seneca, Waggener, Westport 
District 3 — 

Durrett, Fairdale, Southern, Stuart 
District 4 — 

Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Moore, Thomas 
Jefferson 

CLASS AAAA — STATE 
District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Hopkins- 
ville, Madisonville — North Hopkins, Paducah 
Tilghman 
District 2 — 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Bullitt Central, Marion County, Nelson Coun- 
ty, North Hardin 
District 2 — 

Franklin County, George Rogers Clark, 
Laurel County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Henry Clay, Lafayette 
District 2 — 

Bryan Station, Tates Creek 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie 
Heights, Holmes, Simon Kenton 
District 2— 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVII— No. 3 



OCTOBER, 1974 



$1.00 Per Year 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the office of 
the K.H.S.A.A. in Lexington, on Saturday, Sep- 
tember 28, 1974. The meeting was called to order 
by President W. P. Wheeler at 9:00 A.M. Present 
were Board members Louie Martin, Jack Fultz, 
Arthur Hawkins, George E. Sauer, Jr., irank B. 
Simpson, Ray Story, Fairce O. Woods, Jim Wil- 
liams, Cecil Reid, Commissioner J. B. Mansfield 
and Assistant Commissioners Tom Mills, Louis 
Stout and Billy Wise. Mr. Conley Manning i-epre- 
sented the State Department of Education. The 
invocation was given by President Wheeler. 

President Wheeler opened the meeting ly ex- 
tending a welcome to Fairce O. Woods, Principal 
of Fleming County High School, who was recent- 
ly elected to membership on the K.H.S.A.A. 
Board of Control, representing Section 5, to fill 
out the unexpired term of J. Thomas Creamer 
and Mr. Cecil Reid, Principal of Symsonia High 
School, who was elected to fill out the unexpired 
term of Howard Crittenden in Section 1. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by Frank Simp- 
son that the reading of the minutes of the pre- 
vious meeting be waived since members of the 
Board had received copies of these minutes. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

The Football Classification for 1975 and 1976, 
as appears elsewhere in the "Athlete", was adopt- 
ed upon a motion by George Sauer and a second 
by Arthur Hawkins. All members voted in favor 
of the motion. 

Louie Martin moved, seconded by Jack Fultz, 
that schools who wish to appeal their football 
classification have until December 20, 1974, to 
submit their request for Board consideration. All 
members voted aye. 

Tom Mills presented the Trophy Corrmiittee 
report, stating that bid forms were sent to ten 
prospective bidders. Three bids were received for 
all or part of the trophies and awards. The Trophy 
Committee recommended that the contract be di- 
vided between the three bidders. Jack Fultz 
moved, seconded by Louie Martin, that the 
recommendation of the Trophy Committee be 
adopted. All members voted aye. The successful 
bidders were The Riherd Sport Shop, Glasgow, 
Kentucky; The Trophy House, Owensboro, Ken- 
tucky; and The Athletics Goods Service, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 

The Board of Control declined to restore the 
eligibility of the following contestants by not 
waiving the penalty imposed in By-Law 6, Sec- 
tion 1, Transfer Rule; 

(1) Jerry Thompson, Jr., a student at Bell 
County High School 

(2) Kevin McCabe, a student at Bishop David 
High School 

(3) James Ewald, a student at Kentucky 
Country Day 

(4) Keith Taylor, a student at DeSales High 
School 

The Board approved the Championship sites 
for the following sports: 

1. Cross Country — Seneca Park, Louisville 



AAA — Fairgrounds, Louis- 
Eastern Kentucky University, 



2. Football 
ville; A & AA 
Richmond 

4. Girls' Golf— Shelbyville 

5. Track — Western Kentucky University, 
Bowling Green 

6. Rifle — Seneca High School, Louisville 

7. Baseball — Morehead State University, 
Morehead 

8. Wrestling — Atherton High School, Louis- 
ville 

9. Swimming — AAA — Louisville; AA — 
Eastern Kentucky University 

10. Fencing — Sacred Heart High School, 
Louisville 

The dates and time for the above events and 
the sites for Boys' Golf, Gymnastics and Soccer 
will appear in a later issue of the "Athlete". 

Commissioner Mansfield was authorized to 
sign the necessary contracts with the Kentucky 
Fair and Exposition Center for use of their facih- 
ties for the Class AAA Football Championship and 
the Boys' Basketball Tournament. 

George Sauer moved, seconded by Louie 
Martin, that the initial year of the Girls' Basket- 
ball State Tournament be held on the campus of 
Eastern Kentucky University. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Ray Story moved, seconded by Jack Fultz, 
that all biUs for the period beginning July 1, 1974 
and ending August 31, 1974, be allowed. All mem- 
bers voted aye. 

The Board of Control set the next meeting 
date for December 21, 1974, at 9:30 A.M. at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Building in Lexington. 

There being no further business the meeting 
adjourned at 11:45 A.M. 



Assignments of Girls' Schools to 

Basketball Districts 

The assignment of the girls' schools to basket- 
ball districts was inadvertently omitted from the 
Constitution and By-Laws for 1974-75. The assign- 
ments are as follows: 



District 21 
District 22 
District 24 
District 25 

District 26 
Disti-ict 28 
District 34 



District 35 
District 41 



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Holy Rosary 
Louisville Collegiate 
Mercy Academy 
Assumption 
Sacred Heart 
LaSalette Academy 
Notre Dame Academy 
Villa Madonna 
Our Lady of Providence 
Margaret Hall 



AAU Junior Olympic Film 

Notice to all Athletic Directors and Physical 
Education Teachers: The 1974 National AAU 
Junior Olympic 16mm film in sound and color 
is a beautiful film and it is FREE. You may ar- 
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Page Two THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1974 

OCTOBER. 1974 VOL. XXXVU-No. 3 Updating K.H.S.A.A. Directory 1974-75 

....... ^ ••-, . T„_. ,^j t,,i.» k^ <ho Barbourville H. S., Chester Click, new principal 

"'^"^^enrrHVs'Toi '^Ze^'^l^^i^' """ Bardstown H- S Rita Ellis gMs gymnastfcs cofch 

Office of PubUcaliol 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, ^"^^o^ch" swimming 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 Brac'ke^n County H. S., EndeU Hall, cross country 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Ke^ucky COach „ „ „, „ ^ ■ ■ ^ 

Eduor - JOE B. MANSFIELD ^ynn Camp H. S., Clay Harmon, Jr., new principal 

Assistani" Ediioi'Tir.- JEAM BATSEL North Hardm H. S., Ron Bevars, boys tennis 

Assistant EdUor TOM MILLS ^oach . „ „ ^ ^ • ■ , 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT Owen County H. S., Don Gaunce, new principal 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE Pulaski County H.S., telephone number should be 

Lexington, Kentucicr 679-1574. 

Shelby County H. S., Floyd Hines, footbaU coach 

BOARD OF CONTROL Somerset H. S., Charles Eckler, boys basketball 

Preside;!! W. P. WHEELER (1971-1975) Owensboro S°^^^-,t c. t , , tt , 

Vice-President LOUIE MARTIN (1972-1976) Corbin Southern H. S., Lloyd Hams, boys golf coach 

Dbedors— Andrew J. Fultr (1972-1976), OUve HiU; Westport H. S., Irvin K. Rice, new principal re- 
Arthur H. Hawklna (1972-1976), Ml. Sterling; George E. niacins lames O GatpwnnH 
Sauer, Jr.. (1974-1978). LouisviUe; Frank B. Simpson (1972- placin g James U. uaiewoog 

1976), LouisviUe; Hay Story (1974-1978), Radcliff; James R. , ,. rr-j — — ,,, 

WUliams (1973-1977), Somerset. Conley Mannipg, State JMinUteS Ot the btate CrOSS COUnttV Meeting 

Dept of Education representative. vuonx -n-u- o •. i. c tn^A 

SubscripUon Rate Sl.OO per year K.H.S.A.A. Building September 5, 1974 

Regional managers for the Cross County pro- 

^_. ^^ , ^.^ gram met to discuss the tournament sites for the 

t^wn ^s ^cjnmiai'me/' i .VAlSics 19^4 season. It was recommended that the winner 

^ and runner-up teams from each region, along 

" with the first five individuals not on a qualify- 

Basketball Assigning Secretaries Jng team, be eligible for the State Meet. Previous- 

° <=> ly the number of teams, competing m the region- 

Fniirteen assienine secretaries have been ^1 "^^^'^ ^ad determined the number of teams 

name^to serve fsf X^nterprlTators for the s^^^ qualifying for the State Meet. The regional sites 

teen regions. In addition he will assist in recruit- were chosen by the managers along with recom- 

^g new off cials and in the assignment of offi- mendations that the State Meet for aU three 

rinUThP names of tV assienine secretaries w^^^ classes be held in LouisviUe, with Mr. Eddie 

fit^;Jfitrfr.^fnH hnsfnpsf nl^nP numb^^^^ Weber as manager, at Seneca Park. The State 

ness numbers ^e g^ven fLs^tf ^eT^foUows Meets will be held on October 26 at 10:30 A.M. 

Rex AlSder'''l3fo'wiul'Blfd', M^r^^^^^ f-gCl^^ss AAA^^^11:3^0 A.M. for Class AA and 

Norman ' Hammons, Route 4, HopkinsviUe, 886- ^ It was also recommended that the .1975 State 

i>iuiiimii iici .1 o, .= , 1- Meet be moved to November 1. The regional Sites, 

Jerry Kimmel, Box 86, Beechmont. 476-8375. 476- managers, and teams assigned to each are hsted 

26^6 below. Each school listed will receive from the 

Bob Gour. 1316 S. Lee, Bowhng Green, 842-9431, f.^S^°"t.^ manager an information sheet and entry 

Qjoficoo DlSllK prior tO XXlG XTlcG L. 

Howard Gardner, 829 McCullum Ave., Elizabeth- „ . ^ . ^ f^ l\- ttt n m_- 

tnwn 7fi^fi27S (RpO ^^^^^ County Region (Jim WaUace, Trigg 

Hubert Loud'en, Box 75, Sulphur, 581-3411, 743- St. Majy^S^^e^g'lo"^ (Bob Puckett, Owensboro 

^°N^9^^l4/l8'85^°^'^^ ''^'' ^'- '^°""' '''■ grfeL;;ilfe:^Srk l'^%S£^^T^^. 

"°"lo^4"o'^S^85^' ''^'''^^' ''"''"'"• '''■ ''"'ElLLTh\^otn'^Re^grn"1^oyce Speck, Eliza- 

R. K. Padgett, 112 Richardson Dr., Somerset, 697- bethtown H S.)--Bardstown Edmonson County, 

1544 678 5485 Green County, Kentucky Country Day, LaRue 

Cleophus Pursiful, 808 Dorchester Ave., Middles- County, Portland Christian, We^ Hardin 

boro, 337-2102, 248-1332 ^ .x,'^?'''"^Tt°S ^ ^%'°'' J"^^"^^ ^^^^^ Covmgton 

Edward Madden, Pippa Passes, 785-3153, 368-2753 Catholic H S.) — Beechwood, Bishop Brossart, 

Ed Rister, Box 213, Garrett, 285-3230, 358-4428 Covington Latin, Dayton, Gallatin County, St. 

Frank Firestine, Box 5, Russell, 836-8822, 836-5120 Henry, St. Thomas, Walton-Verona 

^ Lexington Region (Tommy Starns, Lexington 

Cathohc H.S.)— Carroll County, Frankfort, Har- 

r^ Tx o A 1 T^- rodsburg, Lexington Catholic, Model, Oneida 

K.H.S.A.A. Directory institute 

Mason County Region (Gary Jefferson, Mason 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- County H. S.) — Augusta, Bracken County, Grant 

tion has printed a directory for 1974-75. Included County, Mason County, Pendleton County, St. 

in the directory is a calendar of events, a section Patrick, Tollesboro, Wilhamstown 

on general information about the K.H.S.A.A., a Pulaski County Region (Gordon Bocock, Pu- 

listing of superintendents, and a listing of mem- laski County H.S.) — Boyle County, Burnside, Eu- 

ber schools and their personnel. bank, MonticeUo, Nancy, Pulaski County, Russell 

The Directory is available to coaches, offi- County, Somerset, Wayne County 

cials and other interested persons at a fee of $1.00. Bath County Region (Jack Smoot, Bath Coun- 

Please send check or money order to Directory, ty H. S.) — Bath County, Lee County, Menifee 

K.H.S.A.A., Box 7502, 560 East Cooper Drive, Lex- (bounty, Raceland, University Breckinridge, West 

jngton, Kentucky 40502. Carter, Wolfe County 



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Page Three 



Johnson Central Region (Larry SturgUl, John- 
son Central H. S.) — Combs Memorial, Elliott 
County, Hazel Green Academy, Holy Family, 
Jenkins, Johns Creek, MuUins, Riverside Chris- 
tian, SalyersviUe, Sheldon Clark 
CLASS AA 

Trigg County Region (Jim Wallace, Trigg 
County H. S. — Christian County, Hopkinsville, 
Paducah Tilghman, Union County 

Owensboro Region (Bob Puckett, Owensboro 
H. S.) — Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson Coun- 
ty, Owensboro 

Elizabethtown Region (Royce Speck, Eliza- 
beth town H. S.) — Bowling Green, Brecldnridge 
County, BuUitt Central, East Hardin, Elizabeth- 
town, Grayson County, Meade County, North 
Hardin 

Taylor County Region (Fred Waddle, Taylor 
County H.S.) — Adair County, Marion County, 
Nelson County, Oldham County, Shelby County, 
Taylor County 

Covington Cathohc Region (Jack Kaelin, 
Covington Cathohc H.S.) — Boone County, Cov- 
ington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Holmes, 
Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport Cathohc, 
Simon Kenton 

Bath County Region (Jack Smoot, Bath Coun- 
ty H. S.) — Bourbon County, George Rogers 
Clark, Hai-rison County, Montgomery County, 
Scott County 

Lexington Region (Tommy Starns, Lexington 
Catholic H. S.) — Bryan Station, Frankhn County, 
Hem-y Clay, Lafayette, Tates Creek, Woodford 
County 

Pulaski County Region (Gordon Bocock, Pu- 
laski County H.S.) — Bell County, DanviUe, Knox 
Central, Laurel County, Lincoln County, Madison 
Central, Middlesboro, Whitley County 

Johnson Central Region (Larry Sturgill, John- 
son Central H. S.) — Boyd County, East Carter, 
Johnson Central, Russell 

CLASS AAA 

Butler Region (Leonard Bloss, Butler H. S.) — 
Ahrens, Butler, Central, duPont Manual, Male, 
Shawnee 

Western Region (Warren Hardin, Western H. 
S.) — Bishop David, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western 

Thomas Jefferson Region (Neal Deaves, 
Thomas Jefferson H.S.)— Atherton, DeSales, Dur- 
rett, Moore, St. Xavier, Southern, Thomas Jef- 
ferson 

Westport Region (Carlow Terrill, Westport H. 
S.) — Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jefferson- 
town, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Westport 

1974 Certified Football Officials 



AUen, Arthur 
AUgood, David A. 
Allison, Roy 
Anders, Raleigh 
Anderson, John G. 
Armstrong, Alfred B. 
BeU, Clarence T. 
Bell, Ron K. 
Blanton, Homer 
Blevins, Donald W. 
Boyles, Jerry 
Bradford, Bob 
Bradford, P. Neil 
Bramble, James 
Brauch, Charles J. 
Brause, Dr. Allan 
Brock, Alben W. 
Brotzge, Maurice 
Brown, Herman 
Brown, John W. "Scoop" 



Brummett, Don 
Buckley, Robert S., Jr. 
BuUock, Ted 
Burton, John 
Byrd, A. Gordon 
Canady, Ray Blair 
CargiU, Thomas, Jr. 
Carlson, David A. 
Carr, BiUy 
Carr, Larry 
CaudiU, Roy 
Cecil, James Ron 
Cisco, Robert N. 
Clemmons, Sam 
Cline, Nick L. 
CoUey, Lynn W. 
CoUins, Ronald K. 
Cook, Richard N. 
CornweU, James 
Cowan, Robert L. 



Craft, Albert B. 
Cree, Richard W., Jr. 
Creekmore, Les 
Crider, Ray 
Gulp, Willard E. 
Current, Ray 
Dallmann, James W. 
Daopoulos, Jim 
Day, Roy E. 
Dent, Don 
Denton, William J. 
DeSensi, W. C. 
Dewees, Bill 
Downs, Joseph W. 
Drake, Richard 
Duff, WiUiams C, Jr. 
Durbin, Roy 
Durden, John R. 
Easley, Dan 
Eldridge, Wayne R. 
Elovitz, Carl 
Faust, Jack 
Fay, John C. 
Feck, Richard A, 
Fenimore, Clarke E. 
Ferguson, Roy F. 
Fish, Leland G. 
Flynn, Robert 
Fortney, Robert L. 
Foster, J. W. 
Fraley, Bill 
Frankel, Louis S. 
Frazer, Tom Roe 
Fryrear, BiU P. 
FuUer, Wilton 
Furlong, William E. 
Gallaher, Jack F. 
Garrett, Richard A. 
Gastineau, Jody 
Gentry, Dale J. 
Gettler, John F. 
Gfell, George V. 
Gibson, Richard L. 
Gour, Bob ,, _ 

Graas, Oscar 
Graham, James 
GreenweU, Robert A, 
Griffin, Powell L. 
Hackett, WUbur L., Sr. 
Hadden, Newell 
Hall, Charles E. 
Harris, David L. 
HeaberUn, Bill 
Helton, Leslie C. 
Hedge, David Wm. 
Herrick, Calvin P. 
Horsman, Bill 
Howard, Robert E. 
Hunter, James 
Ishmael, Stephen A. 
Jacoby, Ben W. 
Jeffries, David T. 
Johnson, Bob 
Johnson, Gordon M. 
Johnson, Harry A. 
Jones, James M. 
Jones, Paul D. 
Kammerdiener, Ronald 

T. 
Kaufman, Alvin R. 
Keifer, Robert B., Jr. 
Klusman, Carl, Jr. 
Kuster, Thomas T. 
Lambert, Irvin 
Lange, William E., Jr. 
Leahy, Pat 
Leneave, Robert E. 



LiUie, Wes 
Linkes, Clifford C. 
Lusby, George 
Lykins, James O. 
McFadden, Jimmie 
McGehee, Gordon 
McGinty, L. V., Jr. 
McKenzie, Claude 
Maloney, Ross H. "Pat" 
Mang, Berry W., Jr. 
Mattingly, Charles Pete 
Mayer, Ed 
Mercker, George E. 
Metzger, Don 
MiUer, WiUiam D. 
Minta, John H. 
Moody, W. R. 
Mooneyhan, James H. 
Moore, Franldin 
Moore, Robert 
Mordica, William A. 
Morgan, Richard 
Morse, Richard K. 
Murray, Thomcis 
Nelhgan, Mike 
Noland, Doug 
Nord, Bertrand J. 
Norton, Timothy J. 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Oldham, Ben R. 
Omer, Harold G. 
Osborne, Ted 
Osting, James E., II 
Pace, Donald W. 
Padgett, R. K. 
Pardue, Israel L. 
Parker, Bob L. 
Parsley, Clyde E. 
Passafiume, John 
Pate, Lloyd W. 
Paxton, Gary 
Peeno, Harry R 
Perkins, Ronnie L. 
Powers, Ehner 
Quehl, Harry Bud 
Ramey, Roy 
Rawdon, Richard 
Read, Frederick K. 
Renfro, James H. 
Riggs, C. Dennis 
Ring, BiU 
Roberts, James E. 
Rodgers, Tom H. 
Rose, Robert 
RusseU, Gary E. 
Russman, Godfrey F., 

Jr. 
Schmitt, Paul E. 
Scott, W. L. "Bill" 
Sesher, James 
Shanks, Thomas E. 
Shaughnessy, Bernard 
Simms, Clarence E. 
Shgh, Jim 
Small, David E. 
Smith, Joseph E. 
Sohan, John P. 
South, Stanley P. 
Spath, WiUiam J. 
Staley, Jerry 
Staten, Joe 
Staten, Mike 
Stephenson, Harry 
Streicher, Richard A. 
Stuedle, Ray 
Stumbo, Jack 
Swinford, John 



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Talbot, William G., Ill 
Tate, Ken 
Taylor, James R. 
Thompson, Thomas D. 
Thompson, Victor Neil 
Timmering, George E. 
Treibly, Charles E. 
Tuitele, Matthew V. L. 
Varner, Ray G. 
Waide, Harry D. 
Waller, Bobbie E. 



Wanchic, Nick 
Washer, James P. 
Weber, Thomas C. 
Wilbert, Donald A. 
Wilcox, Ursal R. ^ 
Wright, Jim 
Wright, Howard L. 
Wuertz, John R. 
WuMeck, James 
Zimmer, Tom 



K.H.S.A.A. FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

1974-1975 



Approved Football Officials 



Aldridge, James 
Austin, Tom A. 
Ayers, Edward 
Baldwin, Denms E. 
Bartlett, Charles W. 
Batterton, Keith 
Bewley, Harry G. 
Boswell, William M. 
BuUock, James D. 
Canady, Glenn 
Collins, Charles 
Cook, Art 
CornweU, Bobby 
Crutcher, Marion 
Current, Robert 
Dailey, Jerry R. 
Deaton, Julian A. 
Duff, Earl 
Elder, Gary W. 
Emmons, Guy W. 
Gelbke, Gil 
Gober, John S. 
Gutterman, Jim 
Guy. N. S. 
Harris, James David 
Hawkins, Donald H. 
Hawkins, Will A. 

"BiUy" 
Hayden. John O. 
Hopson, James E. 
Howell, Damon E., Jr. 
Huffine, Gary L. 
Humbel, Michael E. 
Janes, Charles W. 
Johnson, Jon K. 
Jones, Denver 
Kemen, Jerry 

Kirk, Charles 

Kirkland, Drew 

LaFountain, James 

Lasch, James H. 

Lawson, Leland 

Ledford, Thomas B. 

Lee, Douglas 

Lee, Robert 

Lee, William A. 

LeQuire, H. M. 

Liberatore, Samuel M. 

Lingo, Henry E. 

Lowe, Stan 

McClure, Tom 

McKinney, AdeUe F. 



Mattingly. Wayne C. 
Meadors, William J. 
Meyer, Raymond F. 
Midden, Terry M. 
Mifflin, Charlie 
Miles, Ralph A. 
Montgomery, Dave 
Motley, Jerry N. 
MuUannix, W. Wayne 
Nelson, Clarence R. 
Osborne, Lonnie K. 
Palas, Steve C. 
Pate, Lloyd W. 
Perrin, Jim 
Pirkle, Paul S. 

Pugh, Roy D. 

Rascoe, Robert B. 

Reece, Jerry T. 

Roark, Jimmy W. 

Roby, James B. 

Rogers, Rufus B. 

Sanks, David 

Satterly, Grant 

Sciurry, Henry L. 

Shontee, Raymond T. 

Simpson, Olando J. 

Sizemore, Aster 

Strader. Tim 

Strain, Richard P. 

Sumner, Carl 

Swauger, Gary B. 

Thomas, James J. 

Thomas, Lyn 

Thompson, Harrie G. 

Thornton, Daniel A. 
Turley, Howard 

Tye, Josh 

Vaughn, William E., Jr. 

Vest, David 
Waldrop, Harold D. 

Walker, Joe D. 
Ward, Tommy 
Watson, James W. 
Wedge, Denny 
Wilder, Jerry R. 
Wilson, NeUus R. 
Wood, Walter 
Wright, John David 
Yarbrough, Roy Dean, 

Jr. 
Yates, George A. 



School Address 

Adair County Columbia 

Allen County Scottsville 

Anderson County Lawrenceburg 



Apollo 

Atherton 

Ballard 

Bardstown 

Barren County 

Bath County 

Beechwood 

Belfry 

BeU County 

Bellevue 



Owensboro 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Bardstown 

Glasgow 

OwingsviUe 

Ft. Mitchell 

Belfry 

Pineville 

BeUevue 



Berea Community Berea 

Beth Haven Valley Station 

Bishop David Louisville 

Boone County Florence 

Bourbon County Paris 

Bowling Green Bowling Green 

Boyd County Ashland 

Boyle County Danville 

Breathitt County Jackson 

Breckinridge Co. Harned 

Bryan Station Lexington 

Bullitt Central Shepherdsville 

Butler Louisville 

Butler Coimty Morgantown 

Caldwell County Princeton 

Campbell County Alexandria 

Campbellsville Campbelisville 

Carroll County Carrollton 

Casey Coimty Liberty 

Caverna Horse Cave 

Central Louisville 

Christian County Hopkinsville 

CUnton Coimty Albany 

Conner Hebron 

Corbln Corbin 
Covington Catholic Covington 
Crittenden County Marion 

Cumberland Cumberland 

Cumberland Co. Burkesville 
DanviUe 



Daviess County 

Dayton 

DeSales 

Dixie Heights 

Doss 

duPont Manual 

Durrett 

East Carter 

East Hardin 

Eastern 



Danville 

Owensboro 

Dayton 

Louisville 

Ft. Mitchell 

LouisvUle 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Grayson 

Glendale 

Middletown 



Edmonson County Brownsville 

Elizabethtown EUzabethtown 

Elkhorn City Elkhorn City 

Eminence Eminence 

Estill County Irvine 

Evarts Evarts 

Fairdale Fairdale 

Fairview Ashland 

Fern Creek Fern Creek 

Fleming County Flemingsburg 

Fleming-Neon Fleming 

Fort CampbeU Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox Fort Knox 

Frankfort Frankfort 

Franklin County Frankfort 

Franklin-Simpson Franklin 

Fulton Fulton 

Fulton Coimty Hickman 

Gamaliel 

Garrard County 

George R. Clark 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Green County 

Greenup County 

Grayson County 

Hancock County Lewisport 

Harlan S'^'^i?.'? 

Harrison County Cynthiana 

Harrodsburg 

Hart County 

Hazard 

Heath 

Henderson ^ „ , 

Henderson County Henderson 

Henry Clay Lexington 

Henry County New Castle 

Highlands Ft. Thomas 

Holmes Covington 

Hopkinsville Hopkinsville 



Gamaliel 

Lancaster 

Winchester 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Greensburg 

Greenup 

Leitchfield 



Harrodsburg 

MunfordviUe 

Hazard 

W. Paducah 

Henderson 



Coach 

iom Jones 
Bob Driver 
Larry Barnett 
Stan Napper 
iJan Goble 
Tom Peterson 
Garnis Martin 
Bob Steenbergen 
Ben Pumphrey 
Fred Marianl 
Paul Dotson 
Tim Sowders 
Heulyn Bishop 
Mike Elkins 
Joe Bailey 
Denny Nash 
Owen Hauck 
Jack Massie 
Wilson Sears 
Tom Scott 
Ed Rail 
Tevis Gray 
Gary Alterkirk 
Terry Clark 
James Kaczmarek 
Don Pope 
Danny Hill 

Al Giordano 

Bob Miller 

uave Fryrear 

C. McConnaughhay 

Tom Atkinson 

Larry Cushenberry 

WiUiam Griffith 

Fred Clayton 

Ricky Highsmlth 

Jim Prather 

Archie Powers 

Fred Bernier 

Roy Cherry 

Richard Hagy 

Joe Hood 

Pat Dale 
Waymond Morris 

Stan Steidel 

Tom Meagher 

Dave Browning 

Dennis Nachand 
John Meihause 
Robert Redmon 
Wayne Workman 
Mike Lewis 
Dick Young 
Charlie Hopkins 
Vince Hancock 
Delano Thomas 
Richard Wilkerson 
Hoover Niece 
Charlie Hunter 
Garland Miller 
Paul ReUford 
WaUy Oyler 
Joe McMackin 
Roland White 
Marshall Patterson 
Hollis Curling 
Raymond Webb 
Jack Cline 
Ken Caplenor 
John Covington 
Jim Whitby 
Sonny OUphant 
Sammy Burke 
Don Danko 
Joel StockstlU 
Bill Jones 
Ken McCubbin 
Mike Hildebrandt 
James Caba 
Jerry C. Griffin 
Tommy Cawood 
Francis T. Vest 
Bill Baldridge 
Charles Wuretzer 
Jack Carey 
Jack Haskins 
Steve Doran 
Ron Finley 
Bob BeU 
Terry Lightfoot 
Roger Walz 
Lou Cynkar 
Fleming Thornton 



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Page Five 



Iroquois 

James A. Cawood 

Jefferstown 

Jenkins 

Jessamine County 

Jolins Creek 

Johnson Central 

Ky. Country Day 

Ky. Sch. for Deaf 

Knox Central 

Lafayette 

LaRue County 

Laurel County 

Leslie County 

Lewis County 

Lincoln County 

Lloyd Memorial 

Lone Oak 

Louisa 

Ludlow 

Lynch 

Lynn Camp 

McLean County 

Madison 

Madison Central 

Mad.-N. Hopkins 

Male 

Marion County 

Marshall County 

Mavfield 

Maysville 

M. C. Napier 

Meade County 

Mercer County 

Metcalfe County 

Middlesboro 

Millersburs M. Inst. 

Montgomery Co. 

Moore 

Morgan Countv 

Mt. Sterling 

Mullins 

Murray 

Nelson Coimty 

Newport 

Newport Catholic 

Nicholas County 

North Hardin 



Louisville 

Harlan 

Jefferstown 

Jenkins 

Nicholasville 

Pikeville 

Paintsvllle 

Louisville 

Danville 

BarbourvlUe 

Lexington 

Hodgenville 

London 

Hyden 

Vanceburg 

Stanford 

Erlanger 

Paducah 

Louisa 

Ludlow 

Lynch 

Corbin 

Calhoun 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Madisonville 

Louisville 

Lebanon 

Benton 

Mayfield 

Maysville 

Hazard 

Brandenburg 

Harrodsburg 

Edmonton 

Middlesboro 

.Millersburg 

Mt. Sterling 

Louisville 

West Liberty 

Mt. Sterling 

Pikeville 

Murray 

Bardstown 

Newport 

Newport 

Carlisle 

Radcliff 



Ohio County Hartford 

Oldham County LaGrange 
Owen County Owentnn 

Owensboro Owensboro 

Owensboro CatholicOwensboro 
Paducah Tilghman Paducah 
Paintsvllle Paintsvllle 

Paris Paris 

Paul G. Blazer Ashland 
Phelps Phelps 

Pikeville Pikeville 

Pinevllle Pineville 

Pleasure Ridge Pk. Pleasure Ridge 
Prestonsburg Prestonsburg 

Raceland Raceland 

Reidland Paducah 

Rockcastle County Mt. Vernon 
Rowan County Morehead 



Russell 

Russell County 

Rnssellville 

St. Xavler 

Sayre 

Scott County 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Shelby County 

Shelbyville 

Simon Kenton 

Somerset 

Southern 

Stuart 

Tates Creek 

Taylor County 

Thomas Jefferson Louisville 

Todd Co. Central Elkton 

Tompkinsville 

Trigg County 

Trimble County 

Trinity 

Union Countv 

Valley 

Virgie 

Waggener 

Warren Central 

Warren East 

Washington Co. 

Wayne County 

Webster County 

West Carter 



Russell 

Russell Springs 

Russellville 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Georgetown 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Shelbwille 

Shelbyville 

Independence 

Somerset 

Louisville 

Valley Station 

Lexington 

Campbellsville 



Tompkinsville 

Cadiz 

Bedford 

Louisville 

Morganfield 

Valley Station 

Virgie 

Louisville 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Springfield 

Monticello 

Dixon 

Olive HiU 



George Jefferson 
Boyd Fox 
James Hughes 
William R. Wright 
Frank Conyers 
John O'Brian 
Bruce Howard 
Frank Lambert 
Don Belcher 
Harry Mays 
Jim Poynter 
John SuUivan 
Tommy Larkey 
Mike Granato 
William Robinson 
Bill Ed Leedy 
Jim Dougherty 
Tony McGroarty 
Luke Vamey, Jr. 
Tom Daley 
Joe Bill Clark 
Robert Igo 
Bill Scott 
Monty Joe LoveU 
Edward Miracle 
Bernard Brant 
Norb Hummel 
Jackie E. Owen 
Ken Barrett 
Jack Morris 
John Thomas 
Danny McAlarnis 
Jim De Uries 
John Buchanon 
Douglas Clemmons 
Tom Stapleton 
Gene Sherman 
Dan Beasley 
Gerald Houston 
John Reed 
Owenev Owen 
B. J. Elswick 
John Hina 

Tnm Swartz 
Mike Murphv 
Bob Schneider 
Paul Hampton 

Bill Hogg 

Jim Hunter 

■Tohn Radiunas 

Rov Cochran 

Gerald Poynter 

Fred Gibson 

Dan Halev 

Walter Brugh 

Homer Goins 

Herb Conlev 

David Pinson 

Hillard Howard 

Bill Adams 
Pk.Rnbert Holman 

Eddie Radiunas 

Larry Heck 

Roger White 

Glen Polly 

Ken Howard 

Charlie Sammon 

Gary Hall 

Wayne Shewmaker 

William Glaser 

Gerald Walton 

William F. Wilson 

Joe Blankenship 

Earl Beason 

Gary Afterkirk 

Tom Becherer 

Carl Hays 

Ron Cain 

Henderson Wilson 

James Swart 

Roy Walton 

Carter Bradshaw 

Charles E. Metzger 

James Jackson 

Frank Petett 

Joe Jaggers 

Walter McHargue 

Dave Moore 

Mojo Hollowell 

Eddie Crum 

Ronald Curry 

David Peak 

Marvin Burgess 

James Ross 

Michael Terry 

Billy J. Jewell 

Richard Hughes 

Willis Johnson 



Western 

Westport 

Wheelwright 

Whitesburg 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Woodford County 



Louisville 

Louisville 

Wheelwright 

Whitesburg 

Williamsburg 

Williamsburg 

Versailles 



Ralph Buckley 
Earl Browning 
Don Daniels 
James Gose 
Henry Schafer 
Lloyd Nowlln 
Charles Ishmael 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Football Officials 

(List Compiled September 25) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it la 
the home phone numlier unless otherwise deslgTiated. If 
two numbers are given the first number is the home 
phone. 

Aker. Robert W., 204 A Hilltop Drive, Somerset 42501, 

679-4861, 678-5101 
Ammerman. Robert. 1331 Nancy Hanks Road, Lexington 

40504, 259-0958, 259-0958 
Barnott. John R., 2436 LaRochelle Road, Lexington 40504, 

254-3188. 255-3612 
Beck, Philip, 204 Alreva Road, Louisville 40216, 447-4516 
Beineke, James D., 66 Daisy Lane, Ft. Thomas 41075, 441- 

3700. 621-1225 
Bethel. Mark D., 256 E. High #1. Lexington 40508, 255- 

0928. 266-2131 
Bond. Terry Lee. 11 Circle Drive, Crestvlew 41076, 441- 

0723, 421-1400 
Bowles, Beau. 6305 Oak Valley, Louisville 40214, 447-6072 
Bowles. Michael E.. 6305 Oak VaUey Drive, Louisville 

40214, 447-6072. 582-2211, Ext. 319 
Bradford, P. Neil. 3026 Nepperhan Road. Louisville 40220, 

459-2540, 776-6631, Ext. 219 
Breeding, Joe, 513 Quails Run, B-3, Louisville 40207, 893- 

2143 452-4933 
Brown, Fred L., 9043 B Estrada Avenue, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-6068, 624-2715 
Brubaker, Don, Rt. 3, Box 894, South Point. Ohio 45680, 

377-2235 377-2235 
Cameron, Dan, 2912 Cheyenne, Owensboro 42301, 926-2821 
Campbell. James W., Melvin 41650, 452-2567. 358-3391 
Clark, John E.. 1485 Meadowthorpe, Lexington 40508, 253- 

0036. 299-0411 
Clark, Owen, 130 Fairfax Way, Georgetown 40324, 863-3719 
Clater, James F., Rt. 1, Cecilia 42724, 862-4821, 769-3033 
Courtney. Fred. 137 Charter Oak Drive, Louisville 40222, 

425-3414 637-5492 
Crume, George, P. O. Box 463, Bardstown 40004, 348-8076 
Crutcher, John. Rt. 2, Box 96, Vine Grove 40175, 828-2535 
Crutcher, Paul M., R. R. 2, Box 96. Vine Grove 40175, 

828-2535, 624-8349 
Curnutte, Ivan, 122 Hillview, Greensburg 42743, 932-5047, 

932-5231 
Delaney, WiUiam, 5351 Whitmore Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45238 922-8317 
Deruelle,' Kenneth, 1806 Bono Road, Apt. 1, New Albany, 

Indiana 47150 
Diznev, Wm. Curtis. 206 4th Street, Corbin 40701, 528-3313 
Downs, Joseph W., 829 Bartley Avenue, Bardstovm 40004, 

348-5123 348-3991 
Doyle, Danny K., 403 Lindsay Court, Apt. 9, Louisville 

40206, 893-3348 
Easterly, Tom, 210 W. State Street, Apt. 8. Frankfort 

40601, 223-5488, 583-7761 
Eldridge, Wayne R., P. O. Box 144, Science HiU 42553, 

423-3495. 678-8161 
Epperson. James F.. 217 Liverpool Road, Lexington 40504, 

233-1650, 254-9341, Ext. 259 
Estes, Jim, 425 Clements Avenue, Somerset 42501, 679- 
4689, 678-4519 . ..„ 

Feltner, Danny, 62iys Perry Avenue, Hazard 41701, 439- 

1601 
Fischer, Gerald Wayne, 9005 Moonglow Avenue, Louisville 

40258, 937-6963, 584-4288 
Frazier, Roger H., 2439 Ransdell Avenue, Louisville 40204, 

459-0053 459-0053 
Frederick', William A., Jr., Ill Laurel Way, Versailles 

40383, 873-4196, 255-6666, Sta. 14 
Froebel, Martin C, 5553A Folger, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

8460, 624-3247 
Gettler, David, 2486 WoodhiU Drive, Lexington 40509, 269- 

1331 252-3486 
Griggs. Cole, 3045 Dartmouth Drive, Lexington 40503, 272- 

4749 
Gutterman, Jim, 602 Bishop Street, Louisville 40204, 584- 

7988 
Hagan, Michael J., 2830 Tysol Place, Louisville 40218, 458- 

7325, 964-2303 
Hobson, Wayne, 60 Charter Oaks Drive, Louisville 40222, 

426-7656. 589-6692 
Hurley, Bob, Box 244, WiUIamson, W. Va. 25661, 235-3633. 
235-5470 



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Hurt, Thomas C. 122 Hamilton Avenue, Lancaster 40444, 

792-3067, 792-2312 
Jackson, Edward, 2507 W. 9th Street, Owensboro 42301, 

684-4664, 684-8881, Ext. 65 
Jecker, Richard A., 1095 Warrington Way, Louisville 

40222, 425-3528 
Johnson, Everett C, P.O. Box 93, Dorton 41520, 639-6616, 

639-2832 
Johnson. R. Michael, 3504 Greenlawn Drive, Lexington 

40503, 272-5570 
Kachenmeister, Clarence W., Rt. 3, Two Mile Road, Win- 
chester 40391, 744-7329, 293-3318 
King, Douglas E., 5344-B Brett Drive, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-8202, 624-3630 
King. Harry D., 137 Cooper Street, Martin, Tennessee 

38237 
Kinslow, Bill, 600 Hedgewood Drive, Franklin 42134, 586- 

8620, 586-4451 
Kresse, Milton, 4093 Matthews Place, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

2989 624-5926 
Lange, Wm. E., 5515 Ken Lane, Louisville 40258, 935-4710, 

361-0123 
Lenz, James W., 9403 Bernadlne Drive, Louisville 40229, 

968-3761, 584-2283 
Locey, Dennis Ray, 1616 Walnut Street, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-3927, 836-9605 
Long. J. T., 200 Shriners Lane. Lexington 40502 
Long, Oren, 842 Yuma Court, Bowling Green 42101, 843- 

9568 
Long. Scottie J.. 2425 N. Park Drive, Apt. 1, Henderson 

42420 826-5419 
Lowdenb'ack, Ed, South Shore 41175, 932-3505, 932-3323 
Lunsford, Jan C, Elm Street, Preston Apts., Paintsville 

41240, 789-1420, 789-5311 
Lynch, Lester F., 702 North Main, Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-2060, 769-5592 
McMain. James A., 3420 Terrace Drive, Erlanger 41018, 

341-8797, 579-0770 
McMillen, James N., 305 Riverside Drive, Russell 41169, 

836-8054, 324-6191 
McNay, James F., 2331 Perth Drive, Shlvely 40216, 448- 

4846 
Merritt, Donald, Box 208, Elkhorn City 41522, 865-4094, 

754-7001 
Miller. Frank Lee, 14 Terrace Avenue, Crestview 41076, 

781-2267, 221-2325 
Mitchell, Vyron W., Dogwood Lane, Fulton 42041, 472-1493, 

472-1121 
Perkins, Ronnie, Rt. 2, Upton 42784, 373-5051 
Pinkerman, Charles, 1200 Grandview Drive, Catlettsburg 

41129, 739-6645, 739-5353 
Purcell. Michael R., 2689 Anbeth Court, Lakeside Park 

41017, 341-4549, 961-6254 
Rail, James B., 105 Reservoir Road, Frankfort 40601, 

227-2355 
RansdeU, John D., Ill Bruce Court, Danville 40422, 236- 

8460, 236-2113 
Reece, Jerry T., 1992 Spring Station Drive, Lexington 

40505, 299-9454, 564-4912 
SaUee, Dannv D., 584 Story Avenue, Harrodsburg 40330, 

734-7936, 734-7711 
Satterly, Grant, P,0. Box 57, Eminence 40019, 845-4930, 

845-5639 
Seavers, Joe, 2517 Ann Street, Ludlow 41016, 341-0213, 

291-8925 
Skaggs, Robert (BiU), P.O. Box 372, Leitchfield 42754, 

259-3438, 259-4144 
Smith, Rondal, 1701 Cimmaron Trail, Louisville 40222, 

426-6361, 968-4105 
Spurrier, John P., 843 Fetter Avenue, LouisviUe 40217, 

637-7228, 582-3511, Ext. 384 
Stivers, Larry, 931 Mulberry Street, Louisville 40217, 636- 

1941, 458-8262 
Stone, Glen, 143 Cardinal HUl, Bardstown 40004, 348-6865, 

582-0317 
Stottmann, Ervin A.. 5521 Saxon Blvd., Louisville 40219, 

969-3496 443-6212 
Stout, Charles, 9153-A Bennett Street, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-4905, 624-1513 

Tharp, Willie, 2605 Organ Avenue, Louisville 40210, 774- 

2626, 778-6631, Ext. 257 
Thomas, Charles E., P. O. Box 501, South Point, Ohio 

45680, 377-2696, 325-8511, Ext. 205 
Thompson, Gerald D., 4200 Cottage Hill Road, Jefferson- 
town 40299, 267-0198, 589-6310 
Tinsley, Joe David, Route 1, Rockfield 42274, 781-5698, 

745-2483 
Trombley, Norman J., 3685 King Arthur Circle, Lexlntgon 

40503, 272-1100, 255-6666 
Turley, Howard, 2655 Algonquin Pai-kway, Louisville 

40210, 776-7206, 581-4647 
Turner, Charles, 116 E. Broadway, DanvlUe 40422, 236-6983 
Tye, Josh. 225 College Street, Barbourville 40906, 546-3745, 

337-6178 
Usery, L. L., Rt. 2, Greenfield, Tennessee 38230, 235-3141, 

235-2221 



Usery, Richard L., Rt. 2, Greenfield, Tennessee 38230, 

235-3141 
VanBogaert, Steve, 6410 Mandeville, Louisville 40228, 239- 

4224 
Varner, Ray G., 737 Kingston Road, Lexington 40505, 

299-4145, 293-3823 
Vaughn, William E., 3016 Winding Trails Drive, Edge- 
wood 41017, 331-0823, 283-3451 
Vest, David G., 3525 Greentree Road, Lexington 40502, 

272-1543, 253-3486 
Vickers, Don Avery, 3823 Grady Avenue, Louisville 40211, 

774-4957, 361-1281 
Wade, BiU, 211 N. Brady, Morganfield 42437, 389-1061, 389- 

2419, Ext. 241 
Waide, Harry D., 973 Skyline Drive, MadisonvUIe 42431, 

821-1139, 821-3870 
Waldrop, Harold, 7516 A MontpeUer Street, Ft. Knox 

40121, 624-6083 
Walker, Joe D., 508 East Cedar Street, Franklin 42134, 

586-8457, 586-4451 
Waller, Bobbie E., 309 Strathmore, Lexington 40505, 299- 

6123, 299-6123 
Wanchic, Nicholas, 6511 Forbes Road, Lexington 40505, 

255-1233, 255-6812, Ext. 2264 
Ward, Joseph, P.O. Box 23, Pineville 40977, 337-5156, 337- 

2650 
Ward, Tommy, Marsee Drive, Harlan 40831, 573-4653, 573- 

3711 
Warren. Bige R., Box 29, Barbourville 40906, 542-4320, 

546-5362 
Washer, Charles R., 2815 Garfield Avenue, Louisville 

40212, 772-9898, 969-2377 
Washer, James P., 8516 Bronzewing Court, Louisville 

40299, 267-6005, 636-3522 
Watson, George F., 312 Holly HiU, Lexington 40503, 278- 

8838, 299-7711 
Watson, James W., 2070 Garden Springs Drive #108, Lex- 
ington 40504, 277-4430 
Weber, James R., 1405 Blackwood Court, Jeffersonville, 

Indiana 47130, 283-3873, 778-2761 
Weber. Thomas C, 3325 Moulton Lane, Louisville 40218, 

459-2733, 426-6020 
Wedge, Denny, P.O. Box 691, Bowling Green 42101, 842- 

6732. 781-1067 
Wells, Glenn, 517 Edgar Court, Erlanger 41018, 341-0481, 

291-8925 
Wells, Theodore, 916 PoweU Lane, Flatwoods 41139, 836- 

9940, 836-5666 
Wessel, Joseph R., 7606 Smyrna Road, Louisville 40228, 

964-8909, 589-2766 
Wetzel, Ralph M., Rt. 3, Calhoun 42327, 278-2708, 684-9461 
Wheeler, David, 1301 Lincoln Avenue, PaintsvUle 41240, 

789-3143, 789-8513 

Wlieeler, William E., 194 Haven Drive, ClarksviUe, Ten- 
nessee 37040, 648-9566, 648-8733 

Whelan, James F., 1827 Cecelia Court, Owensboro 42301, 
683-0744, 683-2431, Ext. 425 

Whittaker, Charles J., 2920 South Walford, Jeffersonville. 
Indiana 47130, 282-4889 

White, Russell D., R.R. 3, Box 323, Ironton, Ohio 45638, 
532-8648, 325-8511, Ext. 253 

White, Thomas, 600 Roberts Avenue, Dyersburg, Tennes- 
see 38024, 285-3819 

Whitehead, Chris, HHC 307th Signal Bn., San Francisco, 
California 96397 

Whitt, Mike, Box 24, Red Jacket, W. Va. 25692, 426-8010 

Wilbert, Donald A., 4420 Santa Paula Lane, LouisviUe 
40219. 969-8733, 448-2761 

Wilcox, Ursal R., Auxier 41602, 886-3329, 886-2703 

Wilder, Jerry, 435 Dorchester Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 
843-1983, 745-2691 

Williams, James H., 529 Hilda Drive, P.O. Box 722, GaUl- 
polis, Ohio 45631, 446-4855, 353-5128 

Wilson, James Louis, 4306 Manner Dale Drive #2, Louis- 
ville 40220, 491-4683, 426-2000, Ext. 474 

Wilson, Malcolm T., Rt. 1 Hines Road, Box 252, Paducah 
42001, 554-2546, 442-6131, Ext. 26 

Wilson, Nellus R., 223 Iroquois Drive, Paducah 42001, 554- 

1910, 443-3668 
Wilson, Woodrow, Rt. 1, Box 254-B, Corbin 40701, 528-1630 

(Bus.) 
Winfrey, William Steven, 743 Wakefield, Bowling Green 

42101. 781-5507, 781-6400 
Wirth, Gary E., 542 Linden Street, Ludlow 41016, 431-5451 
Wood, Walter A., Rt. 9, Bryan Station Road, Box 119, 

Lexington 40505, 299-1864, 233-2000, Ext. 7355 
Woodson, Douglas, Route 1, Auburn 42206, 542-4574, 586- 

3231 
Wright, Charles J., 123 Stewart Drive, Glasgow 42141, 

678-5210 
Wright, C. Dale, 101 Djeddah Drive, Lawrenceburg 40342, 

839-6883, 839-7251 
Wright, Howard L., 309 Forest Avenue, Erlanger 41018, 

342-7396. 871-3900 
Wright, Jim, 121 Showalter Drive, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

3628, 233-2000, Ext. 7078 (Lexington) 



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Wright, John David, 121 Warren Court, Apt. 1. Lexington 

40508, 254-9104, 987-6320 
Wuertz, John R., 9805 Renown Court, Louisville 40299, 

267-8565. 491-4310, Ext. 313 
Wulfeck, Jim, 78 Thompson Avenue, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

341-9755, 821-3811 
Wyatt, Henry S., 315 Springhill Drive, Paris, 40361, 987- 

6420, 252-5591 
Yarbrough, Roy D., Jr., Shawneetown Apts.E-309, Lex- 
ington 40503, 277-6848 
Yates, George A., Rt. 1, Manley-Leestown Road, Franlc- 

fort 40601, 875-3097. 564-3020 
Yates, William H., 4818 Rossmoor Drive, Louisville 40219, 

964-6102. 452-4666 
Young. Jack, 121 Smith Ballard, Richmond 40475, 623- 

4589 623-2334 
Zimmer', Tom, 114 Summit Drive, Covington 41017, 341- 

4566, 431-4272 
Zogg, Joe, Box 1218, Owensboro 42301, 683-0152 



Registered Basketball Officials 
of the K.H.S.A.A. — 1974-75 

(List Compiled Seplember 25) 

If the telephone niunber Is given for an official, U Is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given the first number is the home 
phone. 

Adams. Glenn, 1330 A Werner Park, Ft. CampbeU 42223, 

798-3144, 798-7515 
Adams, James C, R.R. 4, Box 372, Nicholasville 40356, 

885-3471, 858-4415 
Adams, Mark, Rolling Hills, GreenviUe 42345, 338-3451 
Adkins, Robert C, Jr., 527 Lake Tower Drive #50, Lex- 
ington 40502, 269-5863 „^ ^„„ 
Alexander, Howard, Lebanon Road, Crittenden 41030, 428- 

1230, 356-5559 
AUord, Orville, R.R. 1, Box 72, BarbourvUle 40906, 546- 

5457 546-5224 
Allen, Brent, Rt. 1. Box 23, Eastern 41622, 358-4198 
Allen, Jack R., 1019 N. Third Street, Bardstown 40004, 

348-8294, 348-8446 
AUen. Nelson R., 113 Gesling Road, Russell 41169, 836- 

5352. 836-8915 
Allen. Thomas E., Rt. 2, Vine Grove 40175, 828-3523, 422- 

3214 
Allen, Yvon, P.O. Box 377, Hazard 41701. 378-2688, 436-4721 
Allgood, Russell L., Rt. 3, Elizabethtown 42701, 737-8906, 

737-6466 
Anders, Raleigh A., 702 Catching, London 40741, 864-4060, 

528-3912 
Anderson, Les, 857 Malabu Drive #39, Lexington 40502, 

266-5177, 882-5557 
Anderson, William K., 4605 Shasta Trail, Louisville 40213, 

491-3740 (Bus.) 
Arflin. Tracy T., 7540-B McDevett Circle, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-5366, 624-1219 
Asher, Ralph, Box 232, OUve HiU 41164, 286-2081, 286-2081 
Atkins, Wavne, 216 N. Broadway, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

0609, 863-0425 
Ayres, Terry, 400 East 2nd Street, Manchester, Ohio 45144, 

549-2236, 549-2872 
Azevedo, Vernon, 2070 Garden Springs #94, Lexington 

40504. 277-3734 
Bain, Stanley T., 1102 Nancylee Drive, LouisvUle 40213, 

366-0248, 491-2670 
Baker, Ralph, 2767 Mohawk Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-4540, 745-3542 
Baldwin, Dennis E.. 4605 Myrick Place, Valley Station 

40272, 935-0667, 448-8210 
Ball, Charles P., P. O. Box 991, Mlddlesboro 40965, 248- 

4806 
Banks, Buddy, RD #2, Box 245, York 41184, 473-7747 
Barbour, Ralph B., 3481 Bathurst Court Lexington 40503. 

278-0144, 278-0144 
Baker, Kenny Ray, Route 1, Box 157, Cynthlana 41031, 

234-6550, 234-2340 
Barker, Walter D., Box 1411, Friendship, Ohio 45630, 

858-5421 
Bates, James R., Box 584, Whitesburg 41858, 633-7227, 832- 

2131 
Bates, Jimmie D., 7809 Mango Drive, Louisville 40258, 937- 

8082, 635-2673 
Battoe, Darryl S., 3510 Newbiu'g Road, D-18, LouisvUle 

40218, 451-0097, 241-8807 
Beckner, Gene, Box 32, Manchester 40962, 864-9102, 598- 

2161 
Beeler, Artrur L., 2201 Wingfield Court, Louisville 40216, 

774-3736, 583-6587 
Behnken, R. Randolph, 123 E. Main Street, Leitchlield 

42754, 259-5062, 259-4828 
BeU, Gary M.. 2702 Paoli Pike, c/o Tree Top Apts., Apt. 

129, New Albany, Indiana 47150, 948-0754, 774-7764 



Bell, Henry B., 960 Waverly Drive, Lexington 40505, 255- 

5108, 252-1771 
BeU, Ronald K., 197 Hedgewood Court, Lexintgon 40509, 

266-0587 
Bennett, Gene, 1102 Van Dyke, Rt. 5, Wheelersburg, Oliio 

45694 574-2941 456-4191 
Bentley, ' Glen, Route 2, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-3648, 498- 

5628 
Bentley, Lester, Box 435, Vlrgle 41572, 639-6560 
Bertrand, Earl F,, 554 Accrusia Avenue, ClarksviUe, Indi- 
ana 47130, 283-8721, 459-5252 
Beshear, James E., Route 3, Box 365, Dawson Springs 

42408, 797-2765, 249-3151 
Beshears, Jim, Mortons Gap 42440, 258-5333, 821-5474 
Bevins, Wallace I., Box 75, Turkey Creek 41570, 237-4611, 

237-1324 
Bibb, Ennis, 11013 Lunenbm-g Court, LoulsviUe 40223, 426- 

3285, 582-8272 
Billips, Douglas A., 1671 Donelwal Drive, Lexington 40505, 

233-0153 233-0153 
Black, Willis L., 321 Ila Avenue, Rt. 2, DanviUe 40422, 

854-6727, 236-9134 
Blair, Jeff, P. O. Box 224, Hindman 41822, 785-5844 
Blandford, Kenneth L., 5315 Hames Trace, Apt. 263, Louis- 

viUe 40291, 239-5879, 361-7181 
Blandford. Steven J., 120 E. Amherst, Louisville 40214, 

368-0302 
Blemker, Ray, Jr., 2363 Dimdee Drive, Henderson 42420, 

826-8330, 423-6871 
Blythe, John W., 950 Clark Street, Mayfield 42066, 247- 

8352. 247-2574 
Bohanon, Alan K., Box 222, MannsviUe 42758, 465-5216, 

465-5216 
Bone, Gerald W., Rt. 5 #8 Copper Medallion Drive, EUza- 

bethtown 42701. 737-6986, 769-3338 
Booth, John T., P. O. Box 252, CarroUton 41008, 732-5285, 

732-5285 
Boyle, Jeff, 718 Hambrick Avenue, Lexington 40508, 254- 

4120 
Bramble, James L.. 480 Doncaster Court, Lexington 40505, 

299-5750, 278-9355 
Branstetter, Charles E,, 213 Short Street, Horse Cave 

42749, 786-2032, 524-5211 
Brantley, Kenneth W., 637 South Mato, MadisonviUe 42431, 

821-8833, 821-4547 
Brashear, Loy Ray, 609 Perry Avenue, EUzabethtown 

42701. 765-7890, 769-5511 
Brause, Dr. Allan R., 1577 Silverglade Court, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45240, 851-8484, 921-5300, Ext. 451 
Brav, E. Roscoe. P. O. Box 233, Flat Lick 40935, 542-4651 
Breeden, BiU, P. O. Box 296, Mt. Washington 40047, 538- 

4897. 564-7213 
Brewer. Jerry. Bonnyman 41719, 436-6200, 436-3155 
Bridges, Ralph Lee, 2424 Anne Avenue, Henderson 42420, 

826-4088, 533-7311 
Briggs, Bruce E., 306 N. 45th, LouisvUle 40212, 778-5397, 

581-5858 
Broaddus, WUliam, Rt. 1, Box 37E, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

9006. 549-3164 
Brock, Alben, Box 103, PineviUe 40977, 337-3848, 337-3512 
Brock. Jack W., 421 Peachtree Road, I^xington 40509, 

266-4435 
Brock, John D., Rt. 1, Box 262B, PineviUe 40977, 337-3368, 

337-5207 
Brock, John H., Rt. 1, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-0338 
Brockman, Gerald K., 1015 Sir Lancelot Lane, LouisvlUe 

40222, 425-6133, 582-3511 
Brody, Theresa. Box 1, David 41616, 886-8374, 886-8374 
Brooks, Steve, 218 Dewey Court, Frankfort 40601, 227-2634, 

223-0565 
Brothers. Dottie. 1008 Oleanda Avenue, LouisvlUe 40215, 

368-5607 
Browder, Homer L., 405 Fair Street, Henderson 42420, 

826-2123, 827-1515 
Brown, Billy C, 8512 Burlingame Road, LoulsviUe 40219, 

968-9534, 968-6194 
Brown, E. C, Fair Street, Liberty 42539, 787-7275. 787-6561 
Brown, Fred L. 9043 B Estrada Avenue, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-6068, 624-2715 
Brown, Lyman D., 3636 Gregory Street, Paducah 42001, 

442-8944 443-6296 
Brown, Michael, R.R. 4, TompklnsviUe 42167, 457-4432, 

781-1372 
Brown, Ronald, 101 W. Main Street, WUmore 40390, 858- 

4141, 858-4141 
Brown, Ronnie D., Route 2, Reynolds Station 42368, 233- 

4335, 927-6921, Ext. 345 
Browning. Charles, Jr., 903 W. Indian Trail, LouisvlUe 

40213. 964-9830 
Browning, Danny W., Box 50, WharncUffe, W. Virginia 

25651, 664-9696, 235-6125 
Browning, John T., Rt. 5, Box 590, Ashland 41101, 928- 

9545, 928-9144 
Browning, Wayne, 716 Princeton Pike, MadisonviUe 42431, 

821-5958, 821-3033 
Bugg, James M., Rt. 2, Box 425C, Henderson 42420, 533- 

6555, 533-6996 



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Bugg, Terry L., Route 3, Harrodsburg 40330, 366-5294 
Bullock, James, Rt. 4, Box 66, Madisonvllle 42431, 825- 

2645, 821-5761 
Bullock, Larry E., Box 11, Brodhead 40409, 758-8165, 256- 

2195 
Burch, Bill, 2128 Mantz Street, Ashland 41101, 324-8397, 

324-9771 
Burgess, Jack, 95 Minton Drive, BarbourvlUe 40906, 546- 

6703 
Burgess, James R., Box 186, Whitley City 42653, 376-8219, 

376-5912 
Burkhart, James G., Box 133, Wallins Creek 40873, 664- 

2162, 664-3444 
Bush. Karmen B., 107 Algiers Court #6, Louisville 40218, 

451-1233, 267-7486 
Butcher, Douglas, Meally 41234, 789-5553, 789-5301 
Butcher, Stephen D., Box 14, Meally 41234, 789-1548, 789- 

4890 
Butner, Billy M., Rt. 1, Lancaster 40444, 792-3503, 679-1574 
Call, Barbara J., 215 Bassett Avenue, Lexington 40502, 

266-8558, 258-2655 
Callihan, David, Rt. 2, Box 270, Pikeville 41501, 432-2265, 

437-9691 
Games, Alan F., Dewitt 40930, 542-4760, 248-5970 
Cash. Charles C, 616 Hemlock Drive, Calvert City 42029, 

395-4709, 395-4165, Ext. 217 
Cash, Harold Lee, R. R. 1, Eubank 42567, 423-3368 
Cecil. J. Ronald, 3020 Dogwood Drive, Louisville 40220. 

454-0204. 582-5521 
Centers. Mike, 151 Constitution Drive, Winchester 40391, 

744-2274 
Chadwell, Bill, Rt. 1, Box 115. Corbin 40701, 528-6901, 528- 

6901 
Chappel, Robert Lee, Rt. 2, Mt. Sterling 40353 
Chattin, Ernest P., 615 17th Street, Ashland 41101, 324- 

2665, 325-8586 
Childers, Jerry W.. Ashcamp 41512, 754-5160, 754-2251 
Childers, Jimmy, Box 194, Hindman 41822, 785-5765, 785- 

5469 
Childers. Phillip. Garner 41817, 785-5652 
Clardv, Barrv D., Rt. 2, Box 188B, Greenville 42345, 338- 

3510. 338-3036 
Clark. John B., Box 12, Prestonsburg 41653 
Clark, Kenneth, 912 Broadway Street, Beaver Dam 42320, 

274-3248. 274-3694 
Cobb. Mike, 723 Highland Drive, Bowling Green 42101. 

781-5139, 781-4585 
Cochran, Ray D.. Win 41272, 297-3135, 297-3854 
Coffman, Steve. 4807 Fielding Way, Louisville 40216, 448- 

8240, 587-0645 
Collins. Hubert. Wittensville 41274, 297-3152. 789-4890 
Collins. Ron, 2590 Old Buttermilk Road, VlUa Hills 41016, 

341-0578, 431-9964 
Collins. Terry, Humplirey Hall #6, Morehead 40351, 784- 

8456 
Collins. Thomas G., 510 Lafayette Avenue. Bellevue 41073, 

291-3588, 291-3588 
Combs. Henry B., St. Rt. 5, Quicksand 41363. 666-7876 
Conley, John, Garrett 41630, 358-4232, 358-4232 
Conn, Delano. Rt. 2. Box 126, Allen 41601, 874-9229 
Connor. James. Jr.. 1163 Waterworks Road, Apt. 10, New- 
port 41071. 441-2194 
Cooper, Charles M.. 102 Meadow Lane, Cynthiana 41031, 

234-3621, 783-4351 
Cooper. John F.. 512 E. 3rd Street, Augusta 41002, 756- 

2373. 756-2131 
Cornelison. Michael R., P. O. Box 7, Berea 40403, 986-3371, 

986-3371 
Cosby. Carel A., 558 Magie Avenue, Fairfield, Ohio 45014, 

895-7289, 423-4491 
Courtney, Fred. 137 Charter Oaks Drive, Louisville 40222. 

425-3414 637-5492 
Cox. Ben W.. 354 McDonald Drive, Versailles 40383, 873- 

5198. 258-5656 
Cox. Clarence (Chuck). 497 Hill-N-Dale Road, Lexington 

40503, 277-5991. 252-5825 
Cox, James M., Rt. 1, Box 72, Ashland 41101, 928-9827, 

324-5533 
Cox. Ken. 2184 Lansill Road, Lexington 40504, 278-6305, 

269-3326 
Cox, Robert A., Box 605, Harlan 40831, 573-3151, 573-5334 
Crager, Bobby F.. 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6069. 836-5623 
Crady, Mike R.. Preston Highway, Lebanon Junction 

40150. 833-2161 
Craig. Ronald, Route 2, Versailles 40383, 873-5286, 564-4896 
Cravens, Robert L., Jr., 5106 Quail Court, Apt. 4, Louis- 
ville 40219, 968-0075 
Crawford, Neal, Box 286, Sturgis 42459, 333-2730, 333-2155 
Creekmore, Milford B., P. O. Box 368, Pine Knot 42635, 

354-2846, 376-5383 
Crisp, Jackie Day, Box 113, AUen 41601, 874-2219 
Crittenden. David J., 177 Tice Road, Mayfield 42066, 247- 

8247, 247-7183 
Crumley, Dennis, 4302-A Donaldson, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

3675 624-1102 



Crutcher, Marion, 423 Skyline Trailer Park, Bowling 

Green 42101, 781-3373 
Crutcher, Paul, R.R. 2, Box 96, Vine Grove 40175, 828-2535, 

624-8349 
Cundiff, Cmt, Dry Creek Road, Clearfield 40313, 784-4111, 

784-4604 
Currv. Randall, Box 96, Cave City 42127, 773-2944 
Curtsinger, Garvey, Rt. 3, Carlisle 40311, 289-2003, 234-2340 
Dallas, Stephen K., 371 Constance Road, Hebron 41048, 

689-7577, 586-6101 
Dame. L. J., Rt. 2, Utica 42376, 729-4136, 683-2401, Ext. 506 
Daniels, Leon, R.R. 2, Box 23, Garrett 41630, 358-4828, 358- 

4828 
Daniels, Robert A., Box 2, Van Lear 41265, 789-3931, 886- 

2311 
Dant, Joseph B., 2913 Sheldon Road, Louisville 40218, 454- 

7196, 637-6528 
Daugherty, Billy G., Route 2, Box 84, Morgantown 42261, 

526-4511, 526-3730 
Daugherty, Dennis, 142 Grace Court #7, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

341-6799 342-7522 
Davis, Jav W., W.K.U.. Football Office, Bowling Green 

42101, 781-2660, 745-3347 
Davis. Thomas A.. Wesley Apts. #B-12, ShelbyviUe 40065, 

633-6014, 633-3010 
Davis. William R., H-4, Rt. 1 Mt. View Trailer Court, 

Pikeville 41501, 437-6055, 437-9033 
Day, Bill. Stonehaven Drive, Frankfort 40601, 695-4962, 

" 255-6812 (Lexington) 
Dav, Billy C, R. R. 2, Crab Orchard 40419, 355-2690 
Day, Jack L.. 605 Morehead Street, Central City 42330, 

754-4700. 754-2272 
Day. Richard W., 1677 Linstead Drive, Lexington 40504, 

' 255-0578 252-3431 
Day, Rick, 8138 Entrance Road, Louisville 40258, 935-1398, 

581-4477 
Dav. Roy E., 1325 Redbud Lane, Madisonvllle 42431, 821- 

2265 
Decker. Neil T., Box 159, Campbellsville 42718, 465-9913, 

988-9913 
Denham. Alan R.. 2625 Amsterdam Road, Villa Hills 41016, 

341-2102, 261-9383 
Dennedy, Bob, 5994 North Glen Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45211, 574-3125, 574-3511 
Denton. Calvin R., 30 Spring Street. Carlisle 40311, 289- 

7109, 233-2000. Ext. 2445 
DeVarv, Bill, 3237 Raven Circle, L:exington 40502, 277- 

7237, 233-2000, Ext. 2913 
Dierig, Thomas H.. 40 Pleasant Avenue, Apt. 102, Ft. 

Thomas 41075. 781-4470 
Dill. J. Roger, 200 Green Acres, Glasgow 42141, 651-2316, 

651-2316 
Dillihav, Ralph E.. P. O. Box 87, Central City 42330, 754- 

5165, 754-1673 
Divine. Wayne. L., 626 Walnut, Central City 42330, 754- 

2783. 754-4474 
Dixon, Billy M., Airport Gardens, Hazard 40701, 436-4605, 

436-4932 
Dixon, Ronald R., Rt. 2, Box 537, Ashland 41101, 928-9691, 

324-9363 
Dobson. Kenneth, Rt. 4 Babbland Drive, Paducah 42001, 

898-3756, 443-6285 
Doll, AUen. R. R.l, Campbellsburg 40011, 732-5069, 222-9441 
Dowd. James, 2004 Crown Avenue, Norwood, Ohio 45212, 

731-9489 562-5924 
Drake, Richard, 72 Donnelly Drive, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-4235 
Driskell. Earl. Jr.. 3311 Moulton Lane, Louisville 40218, 

459-7638, 583-1641 
Drnevich, Roxanne, 168 Eastover Drive, Lexington 40502, 

266-5036 
Duerson, William R., Rt. 2, Paint Lick 40461, 925-4072, 

925-4071 
Duff, Birchell, Garrett 41630, 358-4564. 358-9618 
Duff. Earl, 109 Kentucky Blvd.. Hazard 41701, 436-2604. 

436-2604 
Duncan. Mike K.. Dawson Village Apts. D-2, Dawson 

Springs 42408. 797-8830, 249-3151 
Dunn, James F.. 330 Glyndon Avenue, Richmond 40475, 

623-0715, 622-4442 
Durbin, Hade, Jr.. 303 Morningside Drive, Elizabethtown 

42701. 765-7893. 765-6575 
Durbin. Roy, 2911 Dale Ann Drive, Louisville 40220, 452- 

1730, 587-5237 
Duvall. Jack C, Jr., Paradise Road, Greenville 42345, 

338-4925, 767-2732 (Murray St. Univ.) 
Duvall, Thomas J.. Sr., 4705 Andrea Way, Louisville 40219, 

964-1536, 968-6215 
Eads, Ronald L., 2168 LansiU Road, Lexington 40504, 278- 

6759, 255-0904 
Early, Robert Gray, Rt. 1, Box 140, Bagdad 40003, 747-8486 
East, William L.. 3226 Lafayette Road, Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-2146, 886-5259 
Eaves. James K., 704 Southwestern Pkwy., Louisville 

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Ebel, Jack D., Clay Davis Hall. Transylvania Univ., Lex- 
ington 40508, 233-8330, 266-0128 
Edgington, Jerald J., 520 East 19th, Covington 41014, 261- 

0865. 261-0865 
Edwards, Ernest S., Jr., 8503 Saberdee Drive, Louisville 

40222, 426-3811, 584-0181, Ext. 222 
Elgin, Clifford T., 1009 Claiborne Way, Lexington 40502, 

272-5755, 272-5313 
Ellington, Jerald, 1905 Jackson, Padueah 42001, 444-7694, 

443-6296 
Elliott. Michael C, Rt. 3A, Springfield 40069, 336-7543, 

336-3681 
Evans, Lewis, Rt. 2, Morgantown 42261, 526-4310, 526-3730 
Ewing. Ray F., 580 Lamont Drive, Lexington 40503, 277- 

2121 
Farley. Jimmy, 120 Lynnwood Drive, Lancaster 40444, 792- 

4874, 299-6262 
Farmer, Bill, Rt. 2, Boaz 42027, 658-3547, 442-3946 
Farris. Joseph T., 257 Melbourne Way, Lexington 40503, 

278-6783, 968-3361 
Faulk, Terrv. 137 Elk Creek Trailer Court, Madisonville 

42431, 821-0105, 664-2227 
Featherstone, Jerry, 203 Parker Street, Mayfield 42066, 

247-7448, 247-3553 
Feger. George, 2602 Mt. Vernon Court, Louisville 40220, 

451-4190, 968-3361 
Feher, Al, Box 746, Lynch 40855, 848-2547, 848-5431 
Fields, Jerry W., R.R. 1, Maysville 41056, 883-3233, 564-5541 
Fields, Rufus, Jr., Rt. 8, Box 297, London 40741, 864-4051, 

864-2207 
Fille, Michael, Box 205, Flemtngsburg 41041, 849-4367, 

845-6601 
Finlev, Albert R., 303 Adams Avenue. Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-4108, 885-8335 
Finley, Howard, Gil University Courts, Martin, Tennessee 

38237. 587-9121, 587-7626 
Fischer, Edward, 335 Sixth Avenue, Dayton 41074, 261-9588, 

541-6123 
Fitzgerald, Oscar L., Box 321, Burnside 42519, 561-4881, 

561-9495 
Florence, Joseph, 671 Sipple Drive, Covington 41015, 356- 

6620 
Floyd, Louis Richard, R. 1, Bagdad, 40063, 747-8751, 747- 

8751 
Flynn, Steve, Rt. 2, Box 344, Somerset 42501. 679-5201, 

678-4187 
Ford, Donald R., Lake Shore Driev, Hardlnsburg 40143, 

756-5609 
Foster, Bob, Box 94, Science Hill 42553 
Frankel, Louis S., 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville 40220. 

452-6519, 452-6519 
Frazier, Keith B., 335 Blackburn, Ashland 41101, 324-9903 
Frazier, Mae, R.R. 1, Box 88A, Webster. 547-4900. 547-2791 
Freppon, Tom, 26 Madonna Lane, Cold Spring 41076, 781- 

0583, 421-1800, Ext. 676 

Fritz, Sherman, 122 Meadowlark Drive, Richmond 40475 

623-4956, 623-3424 
Forebel, Martin C, 5553A Folger, Fort Knox 40121, 624- 

8460, 624-3247 

Fuller, C. Richard, 406 Wyandot Way, Mt. Sterling 40353, 

498-5218, 498-0208 
Fuller, John, Jr., Box 3198, Padueah 42001, 898-3115, 443- 

5626 
Funk, Carol Ann, 2802 DeMel Avenue, Apt. 19, Louisville 

40214, 361-2773, 584-0201 
Gabbard, John P., 1849 Arundel Drive, Lexington 40505. 

299-0350, 254-9383 
Gabbard. Raymond, Jr., 40 Jergens Lane, Hebron 41048, 

689-4362, 283-3191 
Gaddie, Gary, R.R. 1, Glendale 42740, 854-4144, 769-5537 
Gardner, Gary M., R. 1, Magnolia 42757. 528-2947, 531-1111 
Garland, Danny A., 1220 Dale Avenue, Frankfort 40601, 

223-8608, 564-6860 
Gaskin, Donald W., P.O. Box 22, Jamestown 42629, 866- 

6184, 343-4222 

Gent, Herman T., Route 1, Box 359, Middlesboro 40965, 

248-5902, 248-3300 
Gentry. Dale J., 4945 Determine Lane, Louisville 40216, 

447-5981, 585-5814 
Gentry, Don B., Lakeview Manor, Cave City 42127, 773- 

2M7, 524-4131 
Gettler, John F., 705 Providence Road, Lexington 40502, 

266-4801, 255-0835 
Geurin, Joe D., Jr., Rt. 5, Box 400, Murray 42071, 435-5653 
Gibbons, Mike, 207 W. 12th, Apt. 7, Lexington 40505, 254- 

2592, 255-0712 

Gibson, Dennis W., 3627 Alameda Drive, Padueah 42001, 

443-5282, 442-6857 
Gibson, Fred W., 1805 Sunset Drive, Owensboro 42301, 

685-3370, 684-6441 
Gibson, Kent A., Rt. 4, Ehzabethtown 42701. 737-8374 
Gibson, Russell K., 7504 Winesap Way, Louisville 40228, 

239-2511, 969-1331 
Gibson, Terry L., 4422 Mann Avenue, LouisviUe 40215, 

366-8341. 583-0621 



Gilbert, Larry, 418 Iroquois Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-2944, 745-3347 
Gilkey. Danny M., 402 S. Jessup Avenue, Hopkinsville 

42240, 885-3307 
Glenn, David, 2228 Gladstone Avenue, Louisville 40205, 

456-4726, 447-3221 
Gluck, Joseph R., Ill, 211 College Road, Cumberland 

40823, 589-2452. 848-5406 
Goad. Darrell L., R. R. 2, Box 122, Alexandria 41001. 635- 

5395, 852-4507 
Golden, Billy Joe. 436 East Main, Lynch 40855, 848-2512, 

589-2145, Ext. 52 
Goode, Earl A.. Rt. 9, Hickory Lane, Elizabetrtown 42701, 

769-5454. 765-6600 
Gorrell, Howard. Box 33, Auburn 42206, 542-6312, 542-4181 
Gover, Luid J., Science Hill 42553, 423-2274, 679-1188 
Grant, Larry, 1141 Standiford Avenue, Louisville 40213, 

363-3730, 776-1581, Ext. 55 
Greathouse, Frank C, Lewisport 42351, 295-3393, 683-1561 
Green, Don, 832 Brand Street, Mayfield 42066, 247-6038, 

247-6445 
Greenwell, Darryl, 555 Gates Road. Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-7246. 769-5537 
Griffin. Charles D.. P. O. Box 316, Carlisle 40311, 289-5391, 

289-2261 
Griffith, Michael R., Crooked Street, Mortons Gap 42440, 

258-5451, 821-5242 
Griffith, Millard F., 7 W. Walnut, Southgate 41071, 441- 

5746, 662-9004 
Griffith, William, Rt. 1. Box 281, Olive Hill 41164, 286- 

2638, 532-1020 
Grimes. Herman L., Salem 42078, 988-2193, 388-7562 
Groce. Ralph, Rt. 2, Albany 42602, 387-5459, 387-6416 
Gupton, Lawrence, P.O. 296, Greensburg 42743, 932-7830, 

384-3338 
Haas, Tom V., 10 Rosa Place, Cold Spring 41076, 441-9570, 

261-2035 
Hall. Donald Wayne. Box 32, Hall 41820. 447-3522, 447-2690 
Hall, Donnie R., Farler 41742, 436-6744 

Hall, Joseph M.. Halls Retreat, Myra 41549, 639-2832 (Bus.) 
Hall, Richard G., Box 613, Prestonsburg 41653. 886-6662, 

452-4459 
HaU. Ted, Jenny Wiley State Park, Prestonsburg 41653. 

886-2711, Ext. 267 
Hall. Tommy D., P.O. Box 35, Ivel 41642, 478-5689, 478-2255 
Hamilton, Paul, Route 1, Box 436, PikeviUe 41501, 432-3975 
Hamm. Gerald, 1354 Oliver, Bowling Green 42101, 842-5396, 

781-1800 
Hampton. Doug, Rt. 2, Eastland Estates, Cynthiana 41031, 

234-5776. 234-1120 
Hardin. Warren, Jr.. 191 Clark Dell Lane, Jeffersonville, 

Indiana 47130. 288-7084. 447-3221 
Hargis, Noel. R. R. 1. Box 130A, Somerset 42501. 679-6417, 

679-1136 
Harned, Vic. 216 W. Walnut. Leitchfield 42754, 259-5115, 

259-3201 
Harp, David A., R. R. 1, Pleasureville 40057, 878-4113, 585- 

3351 
Harper. James A., 131 Holmes Drive, Padueah 42001. 898- 

3492 
Harper, Jewell T.. Box 582, LaCenter 42056, 665-5254, 335- 

3131, Ext. 319 
Harper. Robie, Beechmont, 42323, 476-8084, 476-8775 
Harper, Tom C, Rt, 2, Lancaster Woods, Richmond 40475, 

623-7554, 622-2236 
Harris, Dennis, Rt. 1. Mt. Vernon 40456, 256-2080. 623-7201 
Harris, Rodney L., 1410 Argillite Road, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-4328, 836-9436 
Harrison. Tim, 2303 Citation, Owensboro 42301, 683-1091, 

295-3410 
Hawkins, Ed, 5999 Waldway Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 45224, 

542-3888, 542-9000 
Hayden, John O., 1624 Stafford Avenue, Louisville 40216, 

367-8662, 368-3351 
Hayes, James (Pete), 4422 Cameo Court, Louisville 40219, 

969-1920, 452-3927 
Head, Jack B., Jr., 10012 Caven Avenue, Louisville 40229, 

969-3450, 459-5880 
Heicken, Mary Y., 303 Breckinridge Lane, Louisville 

40207, 897-5647, 451-4138 
Helton, Roger C, 1063 New Circle Road, Lot 4, Lexington 

40505, 255-7612, 253-2653 
Heltsley, John J., 210 East Moss, Earlington 42410, 383- 

5315 
Henson, Don R., Smitrland 42081, 928-2047, 988-3263 
Herndon, Danny, Route 2. Hazel 42049, 492-8742 
Hicks, Floyd E., 43 New Uri Drive, Florence 41042, 371- 

6279, 772-1400 
Higdon, Sam, Route 2, Fancy Farm 42039, 623-8303, 247- 

6730 
Hill, Daniel K., Turfland Apt. #30 Garden Springs Drive, 

Lexington 40504 
Hill, James P., 2543 Apollo Courts, Owensboro 42301, 926- 

1376, 684-0448 
Hill, Sue, 1548 Longfield, Louisville 40215, 366-8932 
Hilton, Dudley. 516 Walnut, Sprlnfifield 40069 



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Hinton. Henry E.. Rt. 6, Ardmore Lane, Shelbyville 40065, 

633-2195 (Bus.) 
Hiten, Mark S., 407 Avondale Avenue, Georgetown 40324, 

863-2734, 863-5137 
Hitt, Billy D., Route 2, Box 116, Maysville 41056, 759-7707, 

564-9156 
Hobbs, Charles V.. Jr., 627 Westview Drive, Ashland 41101, 

324-9439, 325-0181 
Holmes, Robert E., Mari Ann Trailer Court, Princeton 

42445, 365-3312, 388-2211 
Holt, Terrell W., 1821 Dalna Drive, Lexington 40505, 299- 

5812, 623-6123. Ext. 211 
Hook, Don, Rt. 1, Cunningham 42035, 642-2513, 442-1641 
Hopper. Marion W., 303 Deepwood Drive, Elizabethtown 

42701, 769-1598, 942-3510 
Home, J. E., Jr., 3486 TwUlingate Court, Lexington 40503, 

278-0617, 258-5626 
Houk. Jackie L., Rt. 1, Glendale 42240, 737-8487 
House, Oscar C, 125 East 4th Street, London 40741, 864- 

9425 
Howard, James D., Box 197, Loyall 40854, 573-4752, 573- 

5658 
Howard, Stephen Allan, Box 976, Sunny Acres, Harlan 

40831, 573-2387, 252-7219 (Lexington) 
Hubbs, Sonny, 6908 Peppermill, Louisville 40228, 239-1771, 

459-3610 
Hughes, Rufus, Box 282, Whitley City 42653, 376-2979, 348- 

9088 
Hummel, Thomas, 7850 Campus Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45242, 791-9184, 793-1811 
Hunt, Leonard D., 1303 Gainesway Drive, Lexington 40502, 

272-6095, 252-7232 
Hutchens, Jim, 1739 Foors Lane, Owensboro 42301, 685-1300, 

685-3121 
Hutclieson, John D., P.O. Box 455, Morgantown 42261, 

526-3677, 526-3715 
Hyatt, Robert L., Jr., Linden Drive, Lawrenceburg 40342, 

839-4436. 839-7631 
Hyde, Robert L., 439 Huguelet Drive, Lexington 40506, 

257-2389, 252-9222 
Hyland, Frank D., 313 Webster Street, South Webster, 

Ohio 45682, 778-3325. 353-1181 
Ingraham, Gary J., 9706 Lanesboro Way, Louisville 40222, 

425-5215, 897-2815 

Isenberg, Jimmy T., Box 121, Gamaliel 42140, 457-3424, 487- 

6137 
Jackson, Dennis, 1345 North 10th, Paducah 42001, 442-0867, 

443-5366 
Jackson, Robert H., P. O. Box 76, Hitchins 41146, 474-9477, 

474-5131 
Janes, Charles W., 112 E. Daugherty Avenue, Bardstown 

40004, 348-5780, 348-3931 

Jansen, Jean Ann, Rt. 2, Box 256, Shepherdsville 40165, 

957-6159 
Jenkins, Burney, Phi Kappa Tau House, Georgetown 

40324, 863-7378 
Jenkins, Jerry, Rt. 6, Cynthiana 41031, 234-3350, 234-3253 
Johnson, Gayle W., 1114 Inca Trail, Georgetown 40324, 

863-2811. 863-1170 
Johnson, Harry B., Route 4, Groggins Ferry Road, Nichol- 

asville 40356, 885-4009, 272-1611 
Johnson, James M., 174 Plnehurst Drive, Frankfort 40601, 

223-2822, 875-1535 
Johnson, Jerrv L., 313 Kentucky Avenue, Georgetown 

40324, 863-0333, 233-2000, Ext. 2887 
Johnson. Kenneth R., 667 Hi Crest Drive, Lexington 40505, 

299-1691 
Johnson, Walter, Box 145, Hitchins 41146, 474-5908, 474-5721 
Johnson, WiUiam, 2845 Tlirush Drive, ClarksviUe, Ten- 
nessee 37040, 648-2069, 375-3494 
Johnson, Willis C, Leon Road, Grayson 41143, 474-5386 
Jolly, Barry, 21 Thatcher Court, Alexandria 41001, 635- 

5696 
Jones, Alexander, Jr., 12007 Luray Court, LouisviUe 40223, 

425-5780, 893-3641 
Jones, Denver (Smoky), 174 E. Main, Apt. 2, Hazard 

41701, 439-1812, 436-6568 
Jones, Nancy, 60 Sweetbriar, Ft. Thomas 41075, 441-2811, 

371-6020 
Joseph, Jerry, P.O. Box 272, Calhoun 42327, 273-3955, 273- 

5114 
Kazunas, Gerald L., 2025 Lauderdale Road, Louisville 

40205, 454-5462, 426-2000, Ext. 277 
Keeling, Reuben, 1649 Yarbro Lane, Paducah 42001, 442- 

4190 
Kelley, Larry, Owenton 40359, 484-2492 
Kendall, Bill, Route 5, Tompkinsville 42167, 487-6520 
Kerr, Richard L., Route 1, Glendale 42740, 854-2666 
King. Bobby R., U.S. 119, Jenkins Road, Cromona 41810, 

855-7185, 368-2121 
King, James A., 5000 Clarmar Road, Jeffersontown 40299, 

239-8015, 778-2791 
King, Raymond H., 216 Blossom Lane, Southgate 41071, 

441-5309 635-2176 
Kirk, Walter C, Rt. 1, Box 231, Ashland 41101, 928-9402, 

324-5511 



Kirkland, Keith, Route 1, Walllngford 41093. 849-2490, 

564-6409 
Klump, William Roger, 1415 Goddard Avenue, Louisville 

40204, 451-0236, 584-8123, Ext. 45 
Knauer, Glen M., 112 S. Sunset Circle, HopkinsviUe 42240, 

886-5510, 886-9900 
Knight, Mark D., 2025 Brownsboro Road, #403, Louisville 

40206, 897-5833 
Korb. Danny, Rt. 2, Box 69, Dawson Springs 42408, 797- 

8533, 797-3771 
Kouns. Robert. Box 582, South Shore 41175, 932-4540, 932- 

3323 
Kress, Lewis, Route 1, Box 105, Catlettsburg 41129, 739- 

6596, 324-2144 
Lamar, Huston O., Box 116, Cloverport 40111, 788-6045 
Lamastus, RandaU, Route 1, Rockfield 42274, 842-1302, 842- 

6511, Ext. 470 
Lamb. Blair, R.R.I, Sturgis 42459, 333-4081 
Lane, Leon A., 1424 Berry Blvd., LouisvUle 40215, 366-5157 
Lapole, Bill, 2247 Spring Valley Road, Huntington, W. Vir- 
ginia 25704, 429-3926 
Larkin, John A., Rt. 3, Box 219, Eubank 42567, 379-2223, 

679-1158 
LaRue, William D.. Jr.. Salem 42078, 988-3137, 388-7562 
Lawrence, Pat, 721 Locust Lane, Louisville 40213, 637-6300 
Lawson, Neil, Rt. 3, Cave City 42127, 773-3621, 773-3300 
Lawson. Sam, 241 Wedgewood, Glasgow 42141, 651-6022, 

651-6781 
Lawson, Sonny, P.O. Box 34, Artemus 40903, 546-5319, 

546-3149 
Lavne, Bert, Manton 41648, 358-3111, 358-9543 
Layne. Malcom D., Ivel 41642, 478-4471 623-0044 
Laubheimer, Don T., 4516 Estate Drive, Louisville 40216, 

366-3880 
Leber, Jerry L., Rt. 7 Clays Ferry, Richmond 40475, 623- 

7624, 622-2236 
Lee, David, 6810 Dartmoor, LouisviUe 40222, 425-3863, 258- 

2066 
Lee, Reggie, R. R. 2, White Plains 42464, 258-5440, 821-8804 
Lefevers. Colman, Kettle Island 40958, 337-3808, 337-3271 
Leigh, Eugene F., 506 17th Street, Corbin 40701, 528-1501. 

528-1212. Ext. 35 
Leneave, Robert, 205 E. 18th, Benton 42025, 527-3661, 527- 

2561 
Letcher, Ronnie. R. R. 2. Carlisle 40311, 289-5573, 289-2208 
Lewis, Kenny, Route 1, CecUia 42724, 862-3327, 842-9840 
Liedtke, Joseph, 6805 Moorhaven Drive, Louisville 40228, 

239-1606, 368-5831 
Linette. James M.. 1601 Newburg Road, LouisviUe 40205, 

451-2894, 944-6481 
Littlepage, Pryce, 610 Oak Street, Madisonville 42431, 821- 

1642. 821-3247 
Lockard, Lando, 88 Roselawn Drive, Independence 41051, 

356-7851 
Loeser, Alan J., 3824 Chatham Road. Louisville 40218, 451- 

9084, 587-5671 
Lofton. Charles A., Rt. 1, Calvert City 42029, 395-7379, 

527-8688 
Long, J. T., 200 Shriners Lane, Lexington 40502 
Long, James E., Box 73, Baskett 42402, 827-5000, 827-1867 
Long. WUliam H., 1729 HoUey Street, Bowling Green 

42101, 842-7546, 781-3714 
Loperfido, Richard, 209 West Main Street, Greenup 41144, 

473-6591, 473-6591 
Lowdenback, Ed, South Shore 41175, 932-3505, 932-3323 
Lusby, George, 651 Pueblo TraU, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

1440, 863-3805 
Lynch, Gregory A., 1456 Meadowthorpe Drive, Lexington 

40505, 252-3847, 252-3847 
McAlister, CasweU, 1605 Brittany Lane, Lexington 40504, 

254-6950, 255-3612, Ext. 46 
McCarley, John W., Rt. 1, Ohnstead 42265. 726-3070, 726- 

3811 
McCrawley, Jack D., 4921 Lila Avenue, Louisville 40258, 

935-3635 
MacDoweU, W. Michael, P. O. Box 82, Crofton 42217, 424- 

5681, 269-2102 
McAlister, James, Perkins Hall, Apt. 1, Morehead 40351, 

783-3341 (Bus.) 
McCarthy, Steve, Box 170 Poplar Ridge Road, Alexandria 

41004, 635-9038, 581-4422 
McClain, Gerald, Route 1, Box 415, Mayfield 42066, 247- 

2652. 247-3101 
McClellan, Jerrv L.. 2001 Cedarcrest Drive, LouisvUle 

40222, 426-7667, 689-3790. Ext. 309 
McClure, Jerrv T., 1857 Courtland, Lexington 40505, 299- 

5465, 293-1812 
McCormick, Roy, Box 303, Aberdeen, Ohio 45101, 795-2441, 

344-2374 
McDoweU Benny D., 853 CoUlns Road, VUla Hills 41016, 

341-0949 
McEndre, Howard R., 1921 Deep Glen Court, Lexington 

40505. 299-8288 
McFall, Roddy, 311 Ohio Street, Somerset 42501, 679-1296, 

561-4250 
McGauhney. Joseph E., Sr., 2203 Lytle Street, LouisviUe 

40212, 776-1314, 778-1596 



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McGinty L. V.. Jr., 3938 Simset Avenue, Padueah 42001, 

442-8080, 442-8050 
McKenzie, Dwight E., 1327 Grandview Drive, Ashland 

41101, 325-7081, 324-5260 
McKinney, James S., 8809 Malvern Hill Road, Louisville 

40222, 425-5318, 774-7321 
McLean, Gordon, Rt. 2, Box 25, Whitesburg 41858, 633- 

5661, 633-7579 
McMain, James A., 3420 Terrace Drive, Erlanger 41018, 

341-8797, 579-0770 
McMenama, John H., 503 Seminole Trail, Georgetovra 

40324, 863-3927, 233-1812 
McNeill, Barney, Rt. 2, Boaz 42027, 856-3420 
McMillin. Larry, Rt. 3, Box 71, Crestwood 40014, 241-8998, 

222-9461 
McPike, Ray S., 407 Theatre Bldg., LouisviUe 40202, 451- 

3832. 585-2832 
McWhorter, Douglas, Route Box 66A, East Bemstadt 40729, 

843-6280, 864-7371 
Madon. Robert Lee, 314 Catalpa Street, Pineville 40977, 

337-2135. 337-2333 
Maines. George E., 116 Greenbriar Road, Lexington 40503, 

278-1984, 255-4662 
Marango, Kathy R., 4201 Final Drive, Louisville 40219 

969-4190, 774-4441 

Marshall, Larry D., R.R. 3 Sharp Road, Stamping Ground 

40379, 535-6962, 863-2190 
Martin, Billy, Box 172, Sharpsburg 40374, 247-2681 247- 

2421 
Martin, Dicky. 3900 Ferguson Drive, Ashland 41101 324- 

2035, 928-6464 
Martin, James, Jr., McKee 40447, 287-7947 
Mathes, Willie. 1134 Ellison Avenue, Louisville 40204 

635-5386. 776-4685 
Mathis, Mike, 8447 Foxcroft Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231 

522-9010, 562-6751 
Matthews. Doug, Route 4, Versailles 40383, 873-8527 255- 

1461, Ext. 260 

Mattingly, Cecil N.. Star Rt., Box 12, ShepherdsviUe 
40165, 543-4266, 543-7614 

Mauney, Bill W.. Maplewood Estates, Somerset 42501 
679-2977, 636-6421 

Mayer, John P., P.O. Box 27, Frenchburg 40322, 768-4921 
688-3106 

Maynard, James H., Box 292, Inez 41224, 298-3848 

Maynard, Lonnie, Freeburn 41528, 456-3563 

Meredith, Denny E., Jr., 3411 Shanks Lane, Apt. 3, Louis- 
ville 40216, 447-8369, 363-5117 

"""loass,' 4«-M4°9'' '^'"^'' '''' ^°^^ °^'^^- Louisville 
Meyer, Dave, 55 Parkview, Newport 41071 291-07';7 
^'^'47cil5^l|r3T7^ ^- '''' ^°=-- Av'e'nu'e'' "JIvington 
''''mk'l^fL'^s:,r.^r'''''''y street. Bowling Green 
'''"I7^49,"f9f 7'l2T,-E'x°f. ^361'**^ ^''-'''' ^^"*''" ''"''■ ''''- 
'^'"^e-m"^ ^^ ^°- ^""^ ^^^' Di-^kesboro 42337, 476-8822, 
'^'"546-344o'"^"''^' ^°'' ''^^- Barbourville 40906, 546-3544, 
^^"227"' '^^^^^ ^- ■^"'^ ^^*' Sturgis 42459, 333-2106, 333- 
"^^ m"'865^''2°77'^lf56 ^^^ Worcester Road, Lexington 40503, 
''°"4'l4°2"?^8T6-78^4^^'826'?^45'°"*' ^"^ "'^^^*- «-''--" 

^°°69^42^5°6^!llbo*^^ ^°''^^* Avenue, Erlanger 41018, 342- 
'"°°784-6467"784" 5792" '=''^'^"^" ^t''^^*' Morehead 40351, 

''"f5TblSl82'^35i?'°^xt'''43? ™^'^"^''' ^""'^""'^ '°^°' 
^°''f^ft,?i*^'''^> ^*- ''• '^°'>^ ''8. London 40741, 864-6511 

''° «"-b437°,"'^89^4230''Ex^'3!? "'^*'"^''' ^°"'^^^ *"^°=' 
''°"^!-94^9ri4?-85'i6 ''' ^^^*^^" ^°^'^- ^^ ^^ «»«- 
^°"69-1680™5M-6n6 ^^'^ ^^'^^^^°''^ P'^ce, Lexington 40502, 
Morris, Larry, Box 1311, HawesviUe 42348 927-6045 
^°'5T6-667t'586-^667l' ""• '"'^'^"'^^ ^°^<^' ^-^-gton 41005, 
Morse Richard K., 163 No. Deepwood Drive Radcllff 
40160, 351-3748, 624-4646 (Ft. Kriox) Raacim 

Moser, Rudy C, Box 81, Corydon 42406, 533-7491 

''°l650r2^6J!^45T6, T.-^T'"'^'' °^'^^ *^^' ^^^"^*- 

'^"'lo'i'^'.n?^^' Lynnview Drive, Albany 42602, 387-6558, 
oo7-51oD 

'^""'"458-902ri8'2-660r ^^''"*°° ^^^^- Louisville 40220, 



Murdach, Leslie, 965 Homestead Trail, Henderson 42420, 

827-4133 
Murphy, Michael P., 2913 Pindell Avenue, Louisville 40217, 

637-7205, 969-6580 
Murrell, Allen L., 1404 Woodhurst Drive, Bowling Green 

42101. 842-1286, 745-2466, Ext. 22 
Murrell, Charles W., 162A Delmont Court, Lexington 

40504, 255-9243 
Murt, Gene T., 1106 Yarbro Lane, Padueah 42001, 443-7950 
Napier, Charles Micrael, Chavies 41727, 436-4125, 436-5101 
Neace, Glenn, Riverside Christian Training School, Lost 

Creek 41348, 666-2359, 666-2359 
Newman, Bill. 2535 Ritchie Street. Portsmouth, Ohio 

45662, 353-6257, 353-2161 
Newman. Jeff, Box 263, U.S. 42, Union 41091, 257-3053, 

277-1161 
Nichols. Billy J., R.R. 5, Cedar Heights, Russellville 42276, 

726-7330 
Nieland, Doug, Rt. 6, Richmond 40475, 623-7706, 622-2544 
Norton, Joseph M., 559 N. Broadway, Lexington 40508, 

253-3030 
Oldham, John H., R.R, 1, Box 254EE, Prospect 40059, 228- 

1698 
Omer, Harold G.. 150 No. Crestmoor, Louisville 40206 
O'Nan. Dennis, 420 Hilltop Avenue, Lexington 40506, 257- 

3341 
O'Nan. Norman. Rt. 1. Box 305A. Henderson 42420, 827- 

3968, 826-9578 
Overbey, Jerry (Red), Rt. 6, Murray 42071, 436-2454, 753- 

1250 
Owens, Bruce E., Box 917, Harlan 40831, 573-3419. 573-1661 
Owens. Bruce V., Box 12, New Castle 40050, 845-2653, 845- 

2888 
Pack, Judv, R. R. 1. Brandenburg 40108, 422-3800 
Padgett, R. K., 112 Richardson Drive, Somerset 42501, 

678-5485, 679-1544 
Page, James N., P.O. Box 434, Corbin 40701, 528-8263 
Payne. Gregory H.. 2210 Landan Drive, Louisville 40218. 

■ 456-6061, 582-4111 
Pearl. George W., Jr.. 3112 Vogue Avenue, Louisville 

40220, 452-1288, 582-5521 
Pearson. Trov J., Jr., 2612 Greenbrier Drive, Dayton 45406, 

275-2249, 461-4830, Ext. 5575 
Pedigo, Albert M.. 317 E. Soside Court, Louisville 40214, 

368-1283. 459-5500. Ext. 247 
Pelphrev, Jack, Rt. 5, Box 657, Ashland 41101, 928-9524, 

867-3972 
Pelphrey, Joe D.. General Delivery, W. Prestonsburg 

41668. 886-6265, 886-2475 
Pence. Wm Jerry, 109 Gregory, Eiizabethtovm 42701, 737- 

8152, 351-5949 " 
Percell, Danny, Old Dixie Highway, Horse Cave 42749, 

651-3221 (B'us.) 
Perkins, Sandra K., 215 Bassett Avenue, Lexington 40502, 

266-8558 
Perrv. James E., R. R. 6, Box 90, Padueah 42001, 554-2945, 

444-7251, Ext. 51 
Peterson. Bill S.. 203 Rosewood Drive, Bardstown 40004, 

348-9696, 348-9224 
Peterson, Maggie, 3100 Flair Knoll Drive, Louisville 40216, 

448-0812 
Pettit, Robert, 518 Pendleton Street, Falmouth 41040. 

654-8810, 341-2700 
Phelps, Ray, Box 451, Russell 41169, 836-6646, 928-6533 
Phillippi, Jack, 3817 Feather Lane, Elsmere 41018, 342- 

7162, 331-0080 
Pliilhps, Harold D., 211 Lexington Drive, Glasgow 42141. 

651-2919, 651-5196, Ext. 222 
Phillips, Kenneth A., Route 1, Pine Knot 42635, 354-2644 
Phillips, Samuel, Box 783, South Shore 41175, 932-4364, 

932-3131 
Philhps, Thomas M., Route 2, Box 457, Pikeville 41501, 

639-4152, 432-3380 
Pietrowski, Paul, 108 Bishop Street, Corbin 40701, 528-6391, 

528-1630 
Pigman, Robert H., P.O. Box 391, Hindman 41822, 785-5541 
Plummer, George M., Box 377, Vanceburg 41179, 796-2291, 

325-8511, Ext. 414 
Plummer, William B., Box 323, Vanceburg 41179, 796-2284, 

325-8511, Ext. 339 
Poe, Thomas (Buddie), 6th Avenue, Calvert City 42029, 

395-7595 442-2867 
Poer, Michael B., 142 W. Hickman, Winchester 40391, 744- 

9691, 744-1218 
Polvino, Geri, 208 B Barnes Mill Road, Richmond 40475, 

623-5722 622-5722 
Polly, Rex,' 103 Coffee Court, Whitesburg 41858, 633-9774, 

633-2223 
Porter, Martin C, Jr., 217 West Union Street, Hartford 

42347. 298-7041, 298-3361 
Potter, Marling E., 341 Glenn Avenue, West Liberty 41472. 

743-3043 743-3105 
Powell, Billy R., Box 504, Elkhorn City 41522, 754-8702, 

754-7981 
Powell, Mike, Box 87, Hickman 42050, 236-3197 



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Powers. Brian, 4007 Winchester Road, St. Matthews 40207, 

895-2140 
Powers, Richard A., Williamstown 41097, 823-7041 
Price, William L.. R.R. 4. Box 352, Morganfield 42437, 

389-1733, 389-2419, Ext. 248 
Priest, Steve A., Rt. 1, Box 100, Irvington 40146, 547-5123 
Purvis, Fred. Apt. 3 Wood Apt.. Campbellsville 42718, 

465-2441, 465-8136 
Quisenberrv. James M., 1900 Farnsley Road, Apt. 9, Louis- 
ville 40216, 448-6152, 366-0940 
Racke, Jerry W., Ill Orchard Lane, Alexandria 41001, 

635-2446, 635-2191 
Radiunas, Ed, Rt. 3, Box 21, Prestonsburg 41653, 886- 

6896, 886-2252 
Rains. Everett Paul, Rt. 1, Box 432, Williamsburg 40769, 

549-0240, 549-2781 
Rains. Richard, 943 Spring Street, Covington 41074, 291- 

7630 
Rail, Edward, 247 Maple Avenue, Danville 40422, 236-8929, 

236-5047 
Eamev, Gary, Route 1, Morehead 40351, 683-2181, 674-6325 
Ramsey, Mike, Rt. 2, Leitchfield 42754, 259-3465, 259-4602 
Ravmer. Don L., Rt. 2, Hillcrest Road, Bowling Green 

42101. 781-2076, 781-2076 



Reader, Robert N., Jr., 11715 Leemont Drive, Louisville 

40272, 936-6296, 772-3661, Ext, 2254 
Redle. Joel E., 6003 Applegate Lane, Louisville 40219, 

969-7276, 452-4902 
Revis, David G., 309 Summitt Drive, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-2385 
Rhodes, Cecil. Box 291, Barbourville 40906, 546-4777 
Rhodus, Harold D., Route 3, Berea 40403, 925-4016, 925- 

4016 

Rhodus, Harry D., 2318 Pierson Drive, Lexington 40505, 

299-9177, 233-2000, Ext. 2611 
Rich, Dennis W., 715 Lakeshore Drive 41011, 341-1818, 

371-8575 
Richeson, King, 781 Marcella Street, Versailles 40383, 873- 

8907 
Rigsbee, Stanley R., 851 Donaldson Highway, Erlanger 

41018, 371-2979, 371-7286 
Ring, Bill. 481 Rookwood Parkway, Lexington 40505, 299- 

7089, 255-8492 

40906, 546-4456 
Roark, Forrest Glen, 305 Pin Oak, Richmond 40475, 299- 

4236, 293-3102 

(Continued in November ATHLETE) 



"Interscholastic Activities — 

Some Of Its Problems 

And Challenges" 

by Lyman Ginger 

Kentucky Stale Superintendent of 

Public Instruction at the 55th Annual Meeting 

of the National Federation of State 

High School Associations 

Mr. Karlin, platform guests, members of the 
National Federation, and guests. Even though Lt. 
Gov. Julian Carroll has extended a warm welcome 
to the visitors, I would like to add my word of 
welcome to you and express my genuine thanks 
for your coming to Kentucky for the Federation 
meeting. 

It has been a real pleasure for me to meet 
and to renew acquaintances with quite a number 
of Federation members and Football Rules Com- 
mittee members I had known in previous years. 
I am not sure how many years it has been since 
my first contact with the National Federation. I 
recall very well going from Chicago to Portland 
by train. Dave Arnold was on that trip and sev- 
eral other members of the Federation were going 
to the same conference. I also recall with a great 
deal of interest that the people of Oregon fed the 
entire assembly with one fish. Of course, the 
assembly was not quite as large then but the fish 
was, I can assure you. From that time until now 
I have had occasion to be in touch with members 
of the Federation. Cliff Fagan I have known for 
a long time. H. V. Porter was one of the first per- 
sons I met in the Federation. Therefore, my con- 
tacts have been numerous and very rewarding. 
It was with pleasure tonight that I met Mr. Wil- 
liams from Idaho and had a chance to visit with 
him briefly. I believe it was announced that he is 
retiring soon and I can assure you that he has 
made a great contribution for his state and for 
the nation. 

I am aware of the fine work that the Federa- 
tion has done in the development of football 
rules, basketball rules, the publications that have 
been distributed, the research projects that have 
been carried on, and the regulations that have 
been applied and enforced for many, many years. 

In this discussion tonight I would like to raise 
the general question of the place of interscholastic 
athletics in the educational venture of this nation 
and to raise a second question, "Do interscholastic 
athletics contribute to educational accomplish- 



ments?" What I shall say is certainly only one 
man's opinion but I shall try to reflect on what I 
believe to be the many outstanding and important 
contributions that interscholastic athletics do 
make. I reviewed some of the previous studies 
that have been made about the educational objec- 
tives of this nation. I found that in one study 
needs were classified as biological, sociological, 
emotional, and educational and that this particular 
research believed that everything that is done 
with the school boy and girl should point in one 
of these four directions. Another study indicated 
that fundamental processes, for example, the skills 
of reading, writing, and communication, civic de- 
velopment, being a worthy home member, health, 
character development, use of leisure, and voca- 
tions were the outstanding objectives. A third 
study indicated that health and physical fitness, 
educational skills, citizenship, economic develop- 
ment, the development of scientific method, an 
appreciation for the fine arts, the proper use of 
leisure time, respect for other, creative thought, 
and society and the family as it contributes to the 
over-all well being should be the aims and goals. 
You will observe that in all of these there are cer- 
tain principles that cut through the different 
studies. You will also observe that in these there 
is no specific mention of interscholastic athletics 
and its contribution to society and to education in 
general. 

I would like to make my position very clear 
at the outset. It is my firm conviction that inter- 
scholastic athletics do make a srong, firm, solid 
contribution to the education of our youth in this 
nation. I shall not attempt to point out the differ- 
ent number of ways that these contributions are 
made but to discuss as best I can some of the 
problems that confront us and some of the things 
that must be done in an effort to make education 
and interscholastic athletics fit together in such 
a way that interscholastic athletics may be accept- 
ed by the rank and file of our taxpayers and our 
parents. 

If you will, please keep in mind the three 
studies I mentioned earlier. It is my belief that 
anything we do in our schools must be measured 
with these studies and these conclusions as a part 
of our measuring stick. Therefore, if you will 
keep these in mind, you will see how athletics 
may be fitted into the general program of 
education. 

May I raise a few questions that I shall not 
attempt to answer but simply throw them out as 
a stimulus for further discussion. What are some 
of the sDecific chaUenges to interscholastic ath- 



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letics? How do we fit interscholastic athletics into 
the total program of education? If we are not able 
to fit interscholastic athletics in for most of our 
boys and girls how many boys and girls should 
be included? What percentage or is there a per- 
centage? What do we do to guarantee the greatest 
amount of participation? 

One of the first problems I would like to 
mention is that of sex bias — an expression which 
suggests there is not an equal opportunity for both 
males and females in our schools. HEW has sug- 
gested that there shall not be sex bias in kinder- 
gartens, elementary grades, secondary grades, vo- 
cational schools, textbooks, or participation in any 
single program. I am sure that when we examine 
the content of the regulations of HEW, we will 
understand that boys and girls must be treated 
equally under every circumstance and that pres- 
entation of material in our hterature and our text- 
books which portrays the boy as the hunter, the 
brave guy, the fellow leaving home or the one 
who is doing the outstanding work for the pro- 
duction of money, goods, and services, and at the 
same time portrays the female as the demure, 
kind, sweet, considerate person who stays at home 
and keeps the home fires buring must come to an 
end and that any term or illustration which sug- 
gests a difference between the sexes will in the 
future be looked upon with a great deal of dis- 
favor. Shop work in vocational schools must be 
open equally to both sexes and vocational occupa- 
tions, such as home economics, sewing and the 
like, must be open equally to both sexes. Since 
this is the case, it suggests very strongly that in 
education there shall not be sex bias and the law 
suits that have been filed on behalf of females 
and the decisions that have been made suggest 
that in competition and interscholastic athletics 
of all kinds, there shall not be sex bias. 

One of the first questions we should ask our- 
selves, I think, is whether all sports are equally 
advantageous to both boys and girls. Are the com- 
petitive sports, the contact sports — football, wrestl- 
ing, soccer, ice hockey, and the like — the kinds of 
sports in which we should encourage girls to par- 
ticipate? We find that while there are about 
400,000 boys participating in baseball in high 
school, there are practically no girls participating 
and that in basketball where 645,000 males are 
participating, only 132,000 females are participat- 
ing and very few females are participating on the 
same teams with the males. Perhaps our culture 
and our previous habits and our previous under- 
standings would suggest that sports such as bowl- 
ing, golf, gymnastics, softbaU, swimming, and ten- 
nis might be more advantageous for young wom- 
en. However, I would not dare say that these are 
the only sports that should be open to females. 
It is strongly suggested in the hterature and in 
HEW regulations and in court cases that if females 
should request that they be allowed to participate 
in the competitive sports, that opportunities should 
be made available on an equal basis with males. 

Just the other day I was participating in a 
press conference and the question of competition 
for women was raised. I very innocently asked 
the question, "Should girls participate in foot- 
ball?" Immediately, a 95-pound female suggested 
that, absolutely, if they wanted to play they 
should be permitted to play and that she would 
not object to going out for the football team at 
her high school and, in fact, she might just do 
that this fall. The question of safety came to my 
mind immediately and while I am not attempting 
to say that all of these things are wrong and 



should not be done, I am suggesting strongly that 
the question of interscholastic athletics for wom- 
en in the years ahead is one that must be handled 
better than it has been in the past. 

The best information I have suggests that 
about three and one-half million boys participate 
in high school athletics in some 15 to 20 different 
kinds of sports while approximately one-quarter 
milhon females participate in these same sports. 
This raises the question, then, do we have equal 
opportunity for both boys and girls and my answer 
is, categorically, no, it is not equal for both. It 
seems to me that we should start asking ourselves 
now under what conditions will girls play on the 
same teams and under what conditions will we 
have sports that are different for young men and 
young women. Who will decide this and under 
what conditions will it be decided? It seems to 
me that since we are in the education business 
that we should be very clear in our planning^ 
looking ahead for five, ten, fifteen years and mak- 
ing provisions for equal opportunities under every 
circumstance. I am suggesting strongly that the 
National Federation must take the lead as it has 
in every other area of interscholastic athletics. 
You have been on record for a number of years 
in the development of pohcies and procedures in 
the area of sex bias and sex opportunity and 
when 1 use the term "sex" I still am referring to 
interscholastic athletics. The next responsibility 
rests with state associations, with principals' asso- 
ciations, with superintendents' groups, with par- 
ent-teacher association groups, and with state de- 
partments of education. In other words, I am sug- 
gesting that this is a broad, big problem that 
should be approached and attacked in a manner 
that will be sure that all of society helps to solve. 

With this as a general background, may I 
move to another point. What about the facilities 
that are needed to provide opportunities for all 
of our boys and girls? Here I am thinking of large 
practice arenas, not just central gymnasiums with 
thousands of seats for spectators, but large practice 
areas where bowling, swimming, tennis courts, 
Softball diamonds and many other kinds of op- 
portunities are provided and all of this construct- 
ed as a part of the school facility so that the 
school serves boys and girls during the school 
day, other groups in the afternoon and evening, 
and on Saturdays and Sundays. It is my belief 
that if we are to serve all of our people in this 
educational venture, we must by all means pro- 
vide adequately by encouraging this kind of con- 
struction and not just a large gymnasium where 
the spectators view the program but very few 
people participate. If we really believe that facih- 
ties should be constructed in such a way that they 
contribute to the educational venture of all soci- 
ety, then it is my feeling that we should invest 
in such a way that it does just that — provide for 
everyone on a twelve-month basis. 

The next area of concern is that of coaches — 
how are they prepared and what kind of prepara- 
tion will they have? Will they be both men and 
women and will women be coaching some of the 
men's sports and men coaching some of the wom- 
en's sports? I would raise this question with you. 
Who teaches the skills courses in the universities 
and colleges in your state? Are they the head 
coaches and the people who really know coaching 
and the skills or are they graduate assistants who 
have a great deal of ambition but not much 
knowledge? Just who does the teaching of skills 
subjects for coaches and prospective coaches? I 
would suggest to you that these should be taught 



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by the very best prepared coaches we have. I can 
think of nothing that is worse than to have 
coaches trying to worlc with teams when they are 
not able to develop the basic fundamental skills 
for our young people. For this reason, therefore, 
it appears to me that the Federation could work 
closely, not that you are not working closely, but 
even more closely with all colleges and universi- 
ties in your state to see to it that the very best 
college coaches possible are working to develop 
the very best high school coaches. 

To me it is tragic that young boys and girls 
develop the wrong habits when they are in the 
formative period of their training and are just be- 
ginning to learn. Unlearning is much more diffi- 
cult than first learning, and some of the coaches 
I have seen working with junior high teams, little 
league and similar kinds of programs are certainly 
not well prepared in the basic fundamental skills. 
They have kids do wrong things in the wrong way 
at the wrong time and then to try to break the 
habit is certainly difficult if not almost impossi- 
ble. It seems to me that if this is to be a funda- 
mental part of the educational venture, we should 
insist that our coaches be properly prepared in 
every aspect of coaching. We make this kind of 
demand on our teachers of reading, we expect 
our science teachers to know the subject and to 
be able to teach it, we expect our math teachers 
to know and to be able to teach math, and we 
expect all others who work in the educational 
venture to be well prepared. Why not expect the 
same of coaches? 

When we consider the needs for well pre- 
pared, good coaches, we must also consider at the 
same time, proper and appropriate salaries for all 
of our coaches. We must also consider security of 
coaches. You and I know that in many communi- 
ties the coach who does not win is in jeopardy 
and we also know that unless these people can be 
given security beyond any that they have known 
in the past, we will continue to be hard pressed 
to find all of the properly prepared coaches that 
we need and that it will be difficult for us to fit 
our interscholastic athletics program into the total 
educational venture. 

What shall be done with winning coaches and 
teams in cases of pregnancy? This is being 
handled in some cases in the courts but it appears 
to me that clearly established policies should be 
well defined in advance and that it should not be 
left to the courts for a decision, but how do we 
handle our coaching situations when they are on 
leave from classes to take teams on trips? How 
much extra pay do we have for our coaches and 
do we treat all coaches alike? Do we have estab- 
lished policies statewide that we recommend to 
all of our superintendents and do we have a sound 
educational basis for this? It seems to me that 
until we are able to face this one honestly and 
reahstically, we will continue to have problems 
that do not lend themselves to solution in the ed- 
ucational venture. 

The next major area I would like to discuss is 
that of funding, in general. Shall we continue to 
have booster clubs pay for a part of the uniforms, 
raise money to help construct stadiums, and raise 
money to do a number of things that logically 
belong in the educational budget? It is my strong 
feeling that booster clubs and similar type clubs 
not only should not be encouraged but should not 
be permitted. It is my feeling that if interscholas- 
tic athletics can be defended as being a part of the 
educational venture, it should be a part of the 
regular tax program and a part of the regular 



budget and that construction, operation of pro- 
grams, purchase of equipment, purchase of uni- 
forms, paying for transportation, and all the rest 
should be handled in the regular education budg- 
et. It is further my belief that the money taken 
in at the gate in all athletic events, with the pos- 
sible exception of the regional and state tourna- 
ments, should go into the general budget as a 
part of the general revenue and that this would 
provide a much safer, sounder, better program of 
funding and budgeting to account for the income 
in this way rather than to say that our athletic 
programs must be and are seli-supporting. I can 
see no justification for this in a sound educational 
venture. It seems to me that just as we, in some 
cases, purchase band uniforms and band instru- 
ments, that all band uniforms and all band instru- 
ments should be purchased out of the regular 
budget; that glee clubs, debating, and all the rest 
should be operated as a part of the educational 
program and that salaries for coaches, chaperones, 
equipment, ticket sellers, and all other miscellan- 
eous costs should be a part of the regular budget. 
I realize that this is in conflict with the practice 
that is going on in many parts of the country and 
in many high schools but I would invite the Na- 
tional Federation and the state associations to 
work with superintendents and principals in every 
way possible to place funding on a sound basis 
and thereby make the total program a part of the 
educational venture. 

I have already stated, I believe, that I strong- 
ly favor interscholastic athletics that are appro- 
priate for both boys and girls and I favor then- 
being a part of the education program but we are 
kidding ourselves, I think, if we believe for a 
moment that this is not expensive and does not 
cost additional funds. For example, during our 
last session of the legislature, one of the members 
of the House of Representatives stated that all it 
would cost to have girl's basketball would be a 
few uniforms so that the girls would be able to 
participate in proper attire. He had overlooked 
the fact that transportation costs, cost for extra 
coaches, and the like would probably be in the 
neighborhood of four to five million dollars if all 
schools in the Commonwealth participated in ath- 
letics for girls on the same basis that boys are 
now participating. I think we are shortsighted if 
we try to make this a "don't-cost-much" kind of 
program. I suggest that we should do it right and 
properly and that the cost should be borne just 
as the costs for science, mathematics, physics, 
chemistry, library, and all the rest are borne. 

The next area I would like to discuss briefly 
is that of control. It seems to me that the National 
Federation has done an excellent job in regulat- 
ing and in working with the states in developing 
rules and regulations that are sensible and reas- 
onable. My only feeling is that you have not gone 
far enough. I realize that you cannot control all- 
star games after high school boys have received 
their diplomas but I suggest that all-star games 
are, for the most part, senseless and worthless. I 
know that it does help to salve the ego of a few 
people, and I know that it does provide some 
money for charitable organizations and for those 
who are trying to raise money the easy way. I 
realize all of this but I can assure you that this 
is one of the areas that will and does lead to 
problems that spill over into the college and pro- 
fessional ranks. 

The whole problem of early practice and 
playing games before teams have been properly 
conditioned is one you have attempted to solve 



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but in my opinion, that problem is still a pressing 
one in many parts of the country. The question 
of how many games shall be played is a question 
that should be answered in a very critical way. 
From my viewpoint, many states permit their 
high school athletes to participate in too many 
games prior to the tournaments. If we beheve that 
all this is a part of the educational program, these 
questions must be considered and we must have 
rules and regulations governing procedures that 
assure us that we do have doctors, that we do 
have proper conditioning programs, that we do 
play the proper number of games, that we do have 
well supervised early practice, and that these 
factors become paramount in the educational 
program. 

The next area is one of communications with 
the public. I do not know how to answer this 
question. I do not know exactly what recommen- 
dations to make but I have a strong feeling that 
we have not worked with the press, radio, and 
television enough to have them understand that 
inter-scholastic athletics should be, and in many 
cases, are a part of the educational venture. I 
think that we have not properly met with and 
worked with them so that they understand the 
role of athletics in the life of a high school kid. 
So often, I think, competitive interscholastic ath- 
letics is viewed through the eyes of the media as 
being a stepped-down pro or a stepped-down col- 
lege operation and I think that as long as we per- 
mit this, it will continue to be just this way. It 
works to the disadvantage of our over-all pro- 
gram and, therefore, without being critical of the 
press, radio, or television, I understand that they 
are looking for the sensational, they are looking 
for the spectacular, they are looking for the con- 
troversial and they, the reporters, make no bones 
about this. It is easy for them to play up some 
event that has aroused some emotions on the part 
of spectators or on the part of parents or school 
officials. Oftentimes the coaches contribute to this 
wrong impression and oftentimes the impression 
that the coaches leave is the impression that the 
coaches wanted to leave. I have great respect for 
coaches and coaching but I do feel that the ques- 
tion of communication is one that we have skirted. 
We have talked about it but we have not met 
it head on in such a way that our students, our 
athletes, our schools are placed in the proper 
perspective in the role that they play. 

The next area I want to mention I shall men- 
tion very hurriedly but I do think it is important. 
We have not done enough research in all aspects 
of interscholastic athletics. At what age may boys 
and girls begin to play without doing physical 
harm or sometimes emotional damage to that par- 
ticipant? I am not sure but what there are some 
sports that would be damaging to boys and girls 
at the pre-adolescent age. What is the attitude of 
the public toward competitive sports for high 
school and junior high school boys and girls? 
What is the attitude of the administration, the 
attitude of teachers and students? I would sug- 
gest that since collective bargaining is on the 
minds of a lot of teachers these days and that 
since many states do have collective bargaining 
regulations, that the effect and the impact of col- 
lective bargaining on interscholastic athletics 
should be examined at this time in its develop- 
ment rather than later. I think that all these 
things should be researched and the information 
should be provided so that we will have basic data 
on which to operate. Oh, I am fuUy aware of the 
research that has been done and the fact that it 



has been done in a sometimes very scattered sort 
of way, and I am suggesting that the National 
Federation working with colleges, universities, and 
high school associations develop a systematic, 
long-range research project or program, perhaps 
even with federal funding, that would give us 
much better information than we have today. 

As an aside to this general discussion, I would 
raise the question as to whether students in Rus- 
sia or other European countries, in Singapore, 
Thailand, or South America have programs that 
may be superior to ours. Very few of then- pro- 
grams are connected with schools. Most of them 
are operated by federations or clubs and are out- 
side of school supervision. Just a few years ago, 
a friend of mine from Australia came to this 
country. He coached national soccer teams in his 
country and he went to see a high school football 
game here. He thought that our high schools 
should not be doing this sort of thing but felt 
that it should be a free operation where clubs 
and federations could better operate and where 
they could have coaches who were doing this be- 
cause they love sports, not because of the money 
they might be making. But while he had some 
suggestions to make about the operation of the 
program in this country, he still realized that if 
we are viewing this as an educational venture, 
that perhaps it was justifiable. I simply raise the 
question because as I have visited in the European 
countries and some of the other parts of the world, 
I have seen the clubs and federations operating 
good programs. They are not as systematic, the 
coaches appear to be less qualified, and the facil- 
ities are not as good, but there is a spirit of free 
competition that is a little different from that of 
our high school competition. I am not recommend- 
ing that we move in that direction but I am cer- 
tainly suggesting that we be aware of the fact 
that there are other ways of handling inter- 
scholastic, or perhaps better still, competitive ath- 
letics for the youth of this particular age. 

I could not complete a discussion with any 
group without talking about sportsmanship, citi- 
zenship, and moral values of athletics. Far too 
many times, I feel, the adult — the mature individ- 
ual, the parent — becomes involved to such a de- 
gree that the youth of our country get the wrong 
impression about the importance of athletics. The 
sportsmanship factor can be promoted, and it is, 
I think, being promoted in scores of ways in lots 
of places. I would hope that the press, radio, and 
television would do a great more than it has done 
to promote the importance of sportsmanship 
for, after all, participation in sports is not a hf- 
and death matter. It is not the kind of experience 
that means you aire succeeding or faihng on the 
basis of a goal or a tackle or a block somewhere 
in the competition. It does, I think, provide an 
opportunity to teach young people respect for the 
value and worth of an opponent and it does pro- 
vide an opportunity for our being able to say to 
these young people, "Your opponent is just as 
anxious to win as you are. His ideas and ideals 
are just as high as yours, therefore, may the bet- 
ter producer on this particular evening win." I 
think that this must be sold to the pubUc as well 
as to everyone else. It is not the referee, the 
coach, or the individual player in one play that 
usually decides the outcome. It is an accumulation 
of events and activities that make the difference. 
Recently, I read an article in which the writer 
states that he felt that interscholastic athletics had 
no place in the high schools of the country. He 
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students got was "jumping to false conclusions," 
"running down the establishment," "side-stepping 
responsibilities," or throwing rocks at houses, cars, 
windows, and the hke. I would suggest to you that 
very few athletes actually took part in the protest 
movement and the riots. They had other things to 
do, they were not taking part in that kind of 
thing, and they were not a party to it either in 
philosophy or participation. So I would say that 
instead of running down the youth of this coun- 
try, let's build them up with a positive approach 
that physical skills are important, that a strong 
healthy body is an important kind of body, that 
school spirit is important in the lives of people, 
that the national spirit is also very important, 
and that all of our games can help contribute to 
this if we take the proper approach and work in 
the right way. There is still a place for the vio- 
lent sports — football, hockey and the like — where 
young people who like contact can participate and 
really give vent to their feelings without having 
us lose our balance and our equilibrium over so- 
called "varsityitis." 

It has been my great fortunte to know three 
outstanding coaches in my life. The first is Blan- 
ton Collier, high school coach, University of Ken- 
tucky coach, and Cleveland Browns coach, one of 
the greatest football minds and one of the finest 
gentlemen I have ever had the opportunity of 
knowing. I have had many opportunities and ex- 
periences with him to see how he approached 
young people as well as the techniques of the 
game. It was his burning desire that every ath- 
lete complete college and get his degree and he 
took great pride in his athletes who were success- 
ful in many other ventures after they had com- 
pleted college or the pro ranks. The second was 
Paul "Bear" Bryant, a different kind of person 
entirely. He was able to have a boy produce 110 
per cent time after time. He was a great motiva- 



tor, a fine recruiter, and a tremendous coach. 
While Blanton Collier was a different kind of in- 
dividual, both in their own ways have made an 
outstanding contribution in coUege and pro foot- 
ball. The third is Coach Adolph Rupp. I have 
watched his teams play year after year and it was 
his belief that you break the game down into 
simple activities and that boys had to be in good 
condition to be able to run as hard in the last ten 
minutes as they did in the first ten. He believed 
that since the name of the game was to be able to 
shoot, that his boys had to practice shooting the 
right way, and since a part of the gcmie was tough 
defense, they had to play it nose to nose and as 
hard as they could make it. He also believed that 
few simple plays would be much better than a lot 
of complicated plays. He, too, was a fine recruiter 
and a great motivator and the results produced by 
these three men, all with different personalities 
and attitudes, had made a great contribution. 
Again, it was my great good fortune to know them 
well and to see them operate and perform. Not 
all of our high school coaches could be this great 
but it seems to me that there are characteristics 
and qualifications that we can point to in the de- 
velopment of our interscholastic athletics pro- 
grams and that the coach, his preparation and his 
attitude can be what the public wants it to be — 
a great contribution to the total educational ven- 
ture in this nation. 

I think one of the great things in this coun- 
try has been the fact that our young people have 
been participants. I would hke to see us have 
even more participants but under control, proper- 
ly funded and financed, and well coached. I think 
the National Federation has faced a great chal- 
lenge in this area and I challenge you as Federa- 
tion members, both here and back home, to help 
make interscholastic athletics truly a part of the 
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FILMS 

The iilmi listed below are in the Film Library oi the 
University of Kentucky's College of Education. The code 
letters "e, j, s, c, a" refer to elementstry, junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may e^ijoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 



Basketball 

BALL HANDLING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c, 1 
reel, $2.00 

Teaches fundamentals of basketball handling 
including stance, grip, control, adjustment, before 
shooting, catching the ball, and other points. Pre- 
sents game shots, using special photographic tech- 
niques to illustrate principles. 

BASKETBALL BY RUPP, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3.00 
Animated play diagrams, slow motion photog- 
raphy, and action shot are combined in this new 
film prepared under the personal direction of 
Mr. Rupp, especially for coaching use. Among the 
drills and plays covered in this film are: pivot 
man's slide into the basket; Play No. 6, the fa- 
mous Kentucky basket marker; legal screening; 
penetration zone defense; and the Kentucky fast 
break. 

BASKETBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a. 3 reels 
(30 min.) color, $1.00 

Penetrates beneath the surface of the game to 
provide a thorough examination of the playing 
rules and officiating procedures. It will aid the 
fans as well as officials, coaches and players to 
better understand those difficult judgment deci- 
sions that occur constantly. (KHSAA) 
BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS — INDIVI- 
DUAL TECHNIQUES, j-s-c-a, IVi reels, $2.50 
Branch McCracken, Indiana University bas- 
ketball coach, used his team to demonstrate the 
fundamentals of basketball. Slow motion pho- 
tography is used to break the various court tech- 
niques down into easily grasped essentials. 
BASKETBALL KENTUCKY STYLE, j-s-c-a, 2 
reels, $3.00 (in state), $5.00 (out of state) 
This is the revised edition of the film "basket- 
ball by Rupp," prepared under the personal direc- 
tion of Mr. Rupp especially for coaching use. 
BASKETBALL STRATEGY FOR GIRLS, j-s-c-a, 
1 reel, $2.00 

The basic strategy of offense play (fakes, rolls, 
cutting, screen, varying pace) and defense play 
(player to player, basic zone, shifting zone, tri- 
angle, and diagonal) is demonstrated and ex- 
plained in this film. 

BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS, j-s- 
c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Basic movement skills (running, starting, 
stopping, turning) passing (finger control, move- 
ment with the pass, leading the receiver, choice 
of the right pass), catching (side pass, high pass), 
shooting (finger control, arm extension, wrist flip, 
choice of the right shot), dribbling, faking, and 
pivoting are demonstrated and explained in this 
film. 

CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL— TEAM TECH- 
NIQUES, j-s, 1 reel, $2.00 
Mcin-to-Man defense is shown, with the means 
best used under varying conditions. 
DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK IN BASKETBALL, 
j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Striding with an opponent, checking, maneuv- 
ering him out of position and other basic skills are 
illustrated, using special photography to demon- 
strate points. Rebounding, pivoting, and correlated 
arm action are taught also. 



ELIZABETHTOWN VS OWENSBORO, (1972 Bas- 
ketball Finals), e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, (35 min.), 
Color, Silent, $1.00 

The Red Devils from Owensboro, Kentucky 
used strong rebounding and excellent shooting to 
capture the 1972 State Championship 71-63. 
(K.H.S.A.A.) 

LOUISVILLE MALE VS ANDERSON COUNTY 
(1971 Basketball Finals), e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 
(33 min.), Color, Silent, $1.00. 
The male Bulldogs displayed their superiority 
in wearing down a smaller but talented Anderson 
County to win the championship for the second 
consecutive year, 83-66. (K.H.S.A.A.) 
OHIO COUNTY VS CENTRAL (1969 BasketbaU 
Finals), e-j-s-c-a, SVz reels (35 min.), color, 
Silent, $1.00 

Central High School of LouisviUe won the 
State Championship by defeating Ohio County, 
101-72, in the final game. Central eliminated 
Richmond Madison, Hopkinsville, and Maytown 
to reach the championship game. (KHSAA) 
RUPP'S PARADE TO THE NATIONAL CHAM- 
PIONSHIP of 1958, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $4.50 
This film presents the highlights of all the 
games, both regular season and tournament games, 
which led up to the U of K's Wildcats winning the 
NCAA basketball crown. 

SHOOTING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 
$2.00 

Concentrating on the set shot, this film pic- 
tures the action of the throw, stance, aim, tra- 
jectory, and fingtertip control. Special attention is 
given total body coordination, especially inward 
rotation of the hand and arm making the throw. 

Swimming 

BACK STROKE, e-j-s-c-a, I1/2 reels (15 min.), 
$3.00 

Good body position and efficient arm action 
are the basis for the fine performance. Special 
attention is given to the start and the turn. Effec- 
tive use is made of animation, stop action and 
slow motion. 

BEGINNING SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 
Through scenes photographed both above and 
beneath the surface of the water, basic techniques 
of swimming for beginners are demonstrated. 
Land and water drills involving kicking, breathing 
floating, padding and stroking and pulling with 
the arm practiced separately, then coordinated as 
the swimmer learns the American crawd. The back 
float, back stroke, and breast stroke are also il- 
lustrated and explained. 

BREAST STROKE, SIDE STROKE AND UNDER- 
WATER SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, $2.00 
This film presents the conventional breast 
stroke, timing and strokes, and the kick. 
BUTTERFLY, e-j-s-c-a, 11/2 reels (16 min.), $3.00 
Newest and most challenging of the swimming 
strokes is examined in detail. Making use of slow 
motion underwater photography, the arm action 
and dolphin kick are analyzed. Correct timing be- 
tween arms and leg action is vital to performance. 
Reasons for timing are clearly explained. 
CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING: PERFECTING 
TECHNIQUE, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, (19 min.), col- 
or, $5.50 

Outlines briefly the program and training 
methods used by the Santa Clara Swim Club that 
may be used by anyone to train swimmers. The 
techniques illustrated, such as weight, training, 
circle training, pace clocks, bench and stroke 
work, and interval training, when properly ap- 
plied in the appropriate circumstances, with aU 
prove beneficial in perfecting swimming style. 
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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVII— No. 4 



November, 1974 



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Mr. Eldon E. Davidson, Principal of Monti- 
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High School Athletic Association Board of Control 
for regions eleven and twelve. He was elected to 
serve out the unexpired term of Mr. Jim Williams, 
Somerset. 

Eldon was born at Carrie in Knott County 
and attended Hindman High School. He attended 
Morehead University where he received the BS 
and MA degrees. 

In 1957 Mr. Davidson married Betty Sue 
Ritchie and they have three children, Karen, 
John and Richie, all presently enrolled in the 
Monticello School. 

Mr. Davidson's first teaching was at Wheel- 
wright High School. After leaving Wheelwright 
he taught at Cordia and Hindman before assum- 
ing the principalship of Jenkins High School in 
1961. In 1965 he accepted the principalship of the 
Monticello Independent Schools where he serves 
at the present time. 

Mr. Davidson is a Director of the State Sec- 
ondary School Principal's Association represent- 
ing the Middle Cumberland District. He is also a 
member of the National School Principal's Asso- 
ciation, Kentucky Education Association, The Na- 
tional Education Association and the Kentucky 
Association of School Administrators. 



1974 CROSS COUNTRY MEETS 

The official State High School Cross Country 
Championship Meet for Classes A, AA and AAA 
was held at Seneca Park, Louisville, on October 
26. Mr. Eddie Weber of Louisville managed aU 
three events. The St. Xavier High School Cross 
Country Team won first place in the Class AAA 
Meet, Lloyd Memorial High School in Class AA, 
and West Hardin High School in Class A. 

Individual winners in each class were as fol- 
lows: AAA — David Beuchler of St. Xavier High 
School; AA — Johnny Jones of Owensboro High 
School; A— Allen Pence of West Hardin High 
School. 

Team scores in Class AAA were as follows: 
St. Xavier, 53; Ballard, 57; Atherton, 65; Trinity, 
85; Male, 104; Iroquois, 127; Western, 156; Manual, 
228. 

The order in which the first fifteen runners 
in Class AAA finished is given below, including 
the times of the first ten: 

1. David Beuchler, St. Xavier (9:30.9); 2. Paul 
Kinny, St. Xavier (9:35); 3. Dave Sexton, Trinity 
(9:48); 4. Marck Grundy, St. Xaiver (9:48); 5. Ken 
Maddox, Fern Creek (:53); 6. Larry Veech, West- 
port (9:54); 7. Steve Hack, Fairdale (10:00); 8. Kent 
Monahan, Waggener (10.01); 9. Barry Yelverton, 
Male (10:02); 10. Herb LeaveUe, Atherton (10:05); 
11. Scott Dolson, Ballard; 12. Tom Reuckert, Ath- 
erton; 13. John Bryan, Trinity; 14. Denny Haddad, 
Ballard; 15. Mike CuUiton, Ballard. 

Team scores in Class AA were as follows: 
Lloyd, 55; Tates Creek, 73; Owensboro, 100; 
Daviess County, 139; Bryan Station, 150; Adair 
County, 170; Paducah Tilghman, 190; Elizabeth- 
town, 195; (Covington Catholic, 223; Hopkinsville, 
246; Johnson Central, 270; Bullitt Central, 299 
Oldham County, 310; Danville, 318; Somerset, 395 
Harrison County, 414; Montgomery County, 436 
Russell, 528. 

1. Johnny Jones, Owensboro (9:41-7); 2. Jude 
Baynum, Lloyd (9:50); 3. Steve Adkisson, Lloyd 
(9:55); 4. BiU Moorman, Daviess County (9:56); 5. 
Gary Tillman, Tates Creek (10:03); 6. Matt Huff, 
Lloyd, (10:05); 7. Rod Cook, Franklin County. 
(10:10); 8. Roger Vol, Christian County (10:11); 9. 
ADen Harvey. Tates Creek (10:11); 10. Ken Sagan, 
Tates Creek (10:11); 11. John Lott, Apollo; 12. 
Jeff Miller, Highlands; 13. Mike Wieman, Bryan 
Station; 14. John Cummins, Lafayette; 15. Jim 
Sawyer, Tates Creek. 

Team scores in Class A were as follows: West 
Hardin, 88; Providence, 100; Frankfort, 119, Pu- 
laski County, 155; Bishop Brossart, 173; University 
Breckimidge, 204; Beechwood, 224; Trigg County, 
228; Edmonson County, 242; Tollesboro, 262; Mo- 
del, 268; Muhlenberg Central, 275; Salyersville, 
284; Jenkins, 286; Boyle County, 295; Grant Coun- 
ty, 343; West Carter, 354. 

The order in which the first fifteen runners in 
Class A finished is given below, including the 
scores of the first ten: 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1974 



NOVEMBER, 1974 



VOL. XXXVII— No. 4 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kejitucky 

EdUor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant EdUor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

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Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President W. P. WHEELER (1971-1975), Owensboio 

Vice-President LOUIE MARTIN (1972-1976), Corbin 

Directors Eldon E. Davidson (1974-1977), Monlicello; 

Andrew J. FuUz (19721976), Olive Hill; Arthur R. Hawkins 
(1972-1976), Mt. Slerli^ig; Cecil Reid (1974-1977), Symsonia; 
George E. Sauer. Jr., (1974-1978), Louisville; Frank B. 
Simpson (1972-1976). Louisville; Ray Story (1974-1978), 
Radcliff; Fairce O. Woods (1974-1975), Flemingsburg; 
Conley Manning, Slate Dept. of Education representative. 
Subscription Rate $1.00 per year 



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REPORTS SOON DUE 

1. School's Report on Football Officials 

2. Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



National Federation Basketball Test 

Part II of the National Federation basketball 
examination will be given all over Kentucky on 
Monday, December 2, to officials who wish to 
work for the Approved and Certified ratings. The 
examination sites will be determined by the Com- 
missioner. Officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. 
for the first time this year and who have not been 
registered previously in any other state associa- 
tion, are not ehgible to take the test for a higher 
rating. Those interested should advise the Assign- 
ing Secretary immediately in order that necessary 
arrangements can be made with the schools by 
the Assigning Secretaries who wiU supervise the 
taking of the exam. 

The Game Guy Award 

The K.H.S.A.A. will continue to give the 
Game Guy Award. School representatives and 
registered officials may make nominations for the 
award. The eligible person should be a pupil at 
the junior or senior high school level who has 
overcome great physical handicap in order to take 
part in athletics. Letters of recommendation 
should be addressed to "Game Guy Committee, 
K.H.S.A.A., P. O. Box 7502, Lexington, Kentucky 
40502." Deadline for the 1974 nominations is April 

REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

OF THE K.H.S.A.A. - 1974-1975 

(List Compiled October 31) 

If Ihe telephone number is given for an offi- 
cial, it is the home phone number unless other- 
wise designated. If two numbers are given, the 
first number is the home phone. 
Arnold, Rusty, Rt. 6 Kearney Road, Lexington 

40505, 254-5404, 254-5404 
Bryant, Stephen D., 127 Sequoia Drive, Clarks- 

ville, Tennessee 37040, 647-3860 
Carman, John, 2150 Richmond Road, Lexington 

40502, 269-6227 
Chilelh, Greg, 309 Winters Lane, Cold Spring 

41076, 441-2254, 635-3383 
Clarkson, Bill, 132 Alumni Avenue, Hopkinsville 

42240, 886-2885, 886-4457 



Cummings, Norman A., 1506 Beacon HiU Road, 
Lexington 40504, 255-9156, 278-2786 

Dawley, Raymond R., Jr., P.O. Box 408, Radcliff 
40160, 351-5201, 351-3222 

Easley, Dan W., 105 Bellvue, Wilmore 40350, 858- 
4072, 858-3511 

Fryer, William M., 187 Melwood Place, Henderson 
42420, 826-5976, 826-7171 

Givens, C. Michael, 1716 Clarence Drive, Hopkins- 
ville 42240, 886-7473, 886-4011 

Harris, Robert L., Campbellsville 42718, 465-2655 

Johnson, Arthur E., Lee Dean Estates, Lot 34, Rt. 
4, Nicholasville 40356, 272-5858, 258-5881 

Laudeman, Bob, 206 Allen Road, LouisviUe 
40207, 895-3944 

Mabry, David C, 1904 South Lime, Lexington 
40503, 277-3984 

Mann, Larry, 1948 Mellwood Avenue, Louisville 
40206, 897-3959, 897-1583, Ext. 71 

Martin, Alan L., 2511 Lamborne Boulevard, Louis- 
ville 40272, 935-0031, 452-5566 

Owens, Lewis F., 570 Hopi Trail, Frankfort 40601, 
695-3188 

Rees, Jennie, 3405 Belvoir Drive, Lexington 40502, 
277-7422 

Saindon, Lee J., 758 Bravington Way, Lexington 
40503 278-5523 

Sayre, Mike, 2191 Lansill Road, Lexington 40504, 
277-0036 

Scott, James M., 3510 Greentree Road, Lexington 
40502, 272-4763 

Thompson, Larry E., 1603 Gagel Avenue, Louis- 
ville 40216, 367-1637, 933-1133 

Todd, Timothy D., 1557 A March Lane, Hender- 
son 42420, 827-4855, 826-4971 

Walls, Dennis, 114 Harvey Lane, Princeton 42445, 
365-6455, 365-6455 

Warren, Dr. Lawrence A., Rt. 6, Box 222, Corj'don, 
Indiana 47112, 738-2167, 738-2166 

Weenolsen, Robert O., 4332 So. 3rd Street, Louis- 
ville 40214, 366-8200, 425-2541 

Whitten, Elijah H., 145 Malabu Drive, Apt. 311, 
Lexing ton 40503. 278-7549 

Officials' Ratings on 
Sportsmanship — Baseball 1974 

The following sportsmanship ratings were received on 
K.H.S.A.A. member schools from registered baseball offi- 
cials for the 1973-74 season. The numbers following each 
name represent respectively the number of Excellent, 
Good. Fair and Poor ratings. 



SCHOOL 


COACH 


CROWD 




TEAM 






E 


G 


F 


p 


E 


G 


F 


p 


E 


G 


F 


p 


Adair County 


45 


2 


1 





43 


2 


2 





42 


5 


1 





Adairville 


lb 


3 


2 


2 


15 


3 


2 


2 


16 


1 


3 


2 


Ahrens Voc. Tech 


14 


6 


n 





13 


5 


2 





14 


5 


1 





Allen Central 


8 


5 


1 





7 


4 


V. 


1 


8 


5 


1 





Allen County 


21 


3 








15 


5 


4 





16 


7 


1 


n 


Anderson 


%\ 


12 


1 





20 


16 








2,") 


11 


n 





Apollo 


18 


6 


1 





16 


9 








19 


6 








Atherton 


21 


10 


2 





18 


11 


3 


1 


21 


8 


4 





Auburn 


17 


2 


2 


1 


14 


7 





1 


14 


4 


2 


?, 


Augusta 


4 


2 


2 





2 


6 








2 


4 


1 


1 


Ballard 


29 


5 








24 


9 


1 


n 


24 


7 


3 


n 


Ballard Memorial 


2.5 











23 


2 








24 


1 


n 





Barbourville 


16 


^ 


n 





16 


5 








15 


5 


n 


1 


Bardstown 


14 


8 


1 


1 


14 


9 


1 





15 


7 


1 


1 


Barren County 


35 


11 





1 


35 


12 








32 


15 


n 





Bath County 


31 


11 


5 





29 


17 


1 


n 


33 


12 


? 


n 


Beechwood 


K 


5 








6 


4 





1 


6 


4 


1 





Belfry 


22 





1 





20 


2 


1 


n 


•>s. 


1 


n 


n 


Bell County 


8 


3 








8 


2 


1 





6 


4 


1 





Bellevue 


lb 


4 








12 


fi 





n 


16 


2 


1 





Benton 


13 











12 





1 





12 


n 


1 


n 


Berea Community 


32 


1 








25 


6 








28 


5 


n 





Beth Haven 


3 











3 





n 





3 


n 








Betsy Layne 


18 


3 





1 


15 


5 


1 


1 


13 


6 


•> 


n 


Bishop Brossart 


11 


b 








11 


5 


n 





1? 


4 


n 


n 


Bishop David 


IV 


14 








15 


13 


3 


n 


16 


15 


n 


n 


Boone County 


IV 


5 





() 


15 


6 


1 





15 


7 


n 


n 


Bourbon County 


22 


2 


1 





20 


5 





n 


22 


3 


n 


n 


Bowling Green 


40 


8 


1 


3 


46 


5 


1 





45 


5 


2 


n 


Boyd County 


26 


13 





1 


26 


13 


n 


1 


3(1 


10 





n 


Boyle County 


IV 


12 


3 


3 


19 


14 


1 





17 


16 


1 


1 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1974 



Page Three 



In Memoriam 




Harry K. Hardin 



Harry K. Hardin was born on December 27, 
1912, at Tolu, Kentucky. Harry attended Tolu 
High School where he starred in basketball. The 
team reached the State Tournament in 1930 and 
1931, advancing to the semi-finals the first time 
and the finals the following season. He was the 
high scorer in the final game. 

Harry earned his B.S. Degree at Western and 
an M.A. Degree at Indiana University. While at 
Western he was a regular on the basketball team 
for three years. From 1935-37 he was employed 
at Drakesboro High School as coach and biology 
instructor. At the old Fairdale High School he 
taught and coached until 1957. When the old Fair- 
dale High School was discontinued in 1951 he 
went to Southern High School as Assistant prin- 
cipal, teacher and coach. When the new Fairdale 
High School opened in 1958, he was assigned to 
the principalship, a position he held until he re- 
tired in June 1973. Harry passed away on Octo- 
ber 1. 1974. 

Harry is survived by his wife, the former 
Kathryn Hester of Fairdale, and a son, Stanley, 
who is head coach at Fern Creek High School. 



SCHOOL 

Breathitt County 
Breckinridge Co. 
Bremen 
Bryan Station 
Buckhorn 
Bullitt Central 
Butler (Lou.) 
Butler "County 
Caldwell County 
Calloway Co. 
Campbellsville 
Campbell Co. 
Caneyville 
Carlisle Co. 
Carr Creek 
Carroll County 
Casey County 
Catlettsburg 
Caverna 
Central 
Central City 
Chandler's Chapel 
Christian County 



COACH 
E G F P 



26 19 

35 4 

16 6 

25 U 

12 8 3 

23 4 2 

15 7 



17 1 



3 




1 





CROWD 
E G F P 



26 18 
24 9 



18 2 
15 1 



1 1 

2 




1 2 



10 9 

11 24 
25 1 2 

12 1 
19 13 4 2 
10 13 1 4 

7 4 

16 1 

38 4 



16 
27 
11 
19 
15 
17 
17 
15 
26 
12 
15 
13 



TEAM 
E G F P 
29 17 2 
31 8 













14 7 

31 5 

11 11 

22 5 

14 8 
18 
16 3 

15 



1 

2 



8 13 

9 21 







25 
14 
17 



26 1 



12 1 

30 4 

9 11 

7 4 







16 1 
31 8 I Q 



3 

4 

5 

14 1 

9 10 

9 16 

26 1 

10 2 

24 9 

9 13 

7 4 

16 1 

33 6 



1 
1 








SCHOOL 

Clarkson 

Clay County 

Clinton County 

Combs Memorial 

Conner 

Corbin 

Covington Catholic 

Crittenden County 

Cumberland 

Cumberland Co. 

Danville 

Daviess Co. 

Dawson Springs 

Dayton 

Deming 

DeSales 

Dixie Heights 

Doss 

Drakesboro 

duPont Manual 

Durrett 

Dorton 

Earlington 

East Carter 

East Hardin 

Eastern 

Edmonson Co. 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Estill Co. 

Evarts 

Elliott Co 

Fairdale 

Farmington 

Fern Creek 

Flaget 

Fleming County 

Fleming-Neon 

Fordsville 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Franklin County 

Franklin County 

Franklin-Sinipson 

Fulton County 

Gallatin County 

Gamaliel 

Garrard County 

George 
Rogers Clark 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Graham 

Grant County 

Green County 

Greenup 

Greenville 

Hancock Co. 

Harlan 

Harrison County 
Harrodsburg 
Hart County 

Hazard 

Hazel Green Acad. 

Henderson 

Henderson County 

Henderson 

Settlement 
Henry Clay 
Henry County 
Hickman County 
Highlands 
Hindman 
Hiseville 
Holmes 
Holy Cross 
Holy Family 
Hopkinsville 
Hughes-Kirk 
Hustonville 
Iroquois 
Jackson 

Jackson County 
James A. Cawood 
Jeffersontown 
Jenkins 

Jessamine County 
Johns Creek 
Johnson Central 
Ky. Country Day 
Knott County 
Lafayette 
LaRue County 
Laurel County 
Leslie County 
Lee County 
Leitchfield 
Lewis County 



COACH 
E G F P 
8 
7 3 



26 
14 2 
10 8 



13 11 

16 8 

7 3 




2 




2 



13 8 

9 6 2 

18 8 1 



2 4 

9 7 

19 12 

10 2 

15 3 




2 2 



37 10 



30 1 
16 10 
32 3 

3 

1 

6 

4 



3 







1 



10 15 
14 3 2 



23 10 
9 9 3 

20 10 
10 3 
10 1 
29 
16 

34 8 
34 8 

21 1 



2 

4 


10 
7 

4 1 

4 1 

1 



20 1 



17 12 

37 4 

8 7 

34 10 









1 1 



1 1 



14 16 

9 2 

31 6 

18 4 





1 



1 
3 





15 11 

12 4 

22 8 
11 8 

23 4 
21 4 

13 6 
3 

14 17 
7 4 

14 3 
10 
17 11 



1 




27 10 
27 1 



58 9 
30 6 




4 4 
2 

1 



1 2 


2 




2 




1 



1 2 




CROWD 
E G F P 





27 7 
12 2 
10 13 
9 6 
27 3 
14 12 
18 6 





3 



7 

15 
21 
23 
18 



15 8 

4 5 

12 12 

11 4 

17 10 

3 3 

6 12 



19 12 
6 4 3 



11 8 
32 14 
24 4 
20 6 
31 2 
52 4 
20 10 



10 9 



37 8 
3 
4 

15 9 

11 5 
25 7 

9 9 

18 14 
10 5 

8 2 
29 1 
10 10 
29 15 

19 15 
18 4 

12 9 

13 12 
35 7 

7 8 

29 14 

30 11 








39 

5 

22 

45 

17 

14 

8 

6 

19 

19 

38 





1 





8 1 








17 16 
10 1 
32 4 
20 1 



7 
30 
12 
23 
16 



15 13 
14 2 
18 7 
10 10 

22 5 
21 4 
14 5 

3 

14 20 

6 6 
13 4 

9 

17 12 

12 3 

16 8 

23 4 
25 10 

7 
3 6 

23 14 

27 1 

36 5 

9 7 

20 2 

52 14 

25 9 





2 

3 





1 1 
1 
5 









1 


2 


2 





TEAM 
E G F P 




3 




28 5 

11 4 2 

6 12 5 1 

10 4 1 1 

28 2 

15 11 

14 8 3 2 



16 
20 



26 8 
13 4 1 






1 

5 

1 1 




13 12 



9 7 

19 7 

3 3 

9 10 



16 14 1 



12 1 
11 8 



30 17 



27 

18 

32 

52 

28 

9 

40 

3 





12 11 
11 1 
23 10 
9 10 
22 9 



13 

9 
25 
16 



37 8 
37 8 





1 1 

1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
5 

2 
1 


1 




1 

15 5 

14 13 2 

33 8 

7 6 1 






1 

2 







2 
2 
1 
1 



31 13 
30 9 



39 
7 
23 
47 
18 
11 
10 
3 




2 






2 



14 11 

19 9 
33 10 
14 14 

6 2 
28 6 

20 2 

7 2 
28 8 
12 5 

21 4 
16 7 
14 13 



13 
20 
10 
24 
21 
14 
3 





1 
1 2 


3 








16 16 

7 5 
14 3 

8 1 

17 10 
11 3 



16 
23 
25 
7 
4 





3 



2 



27 11 

28 
37 5 

9 6 
17 3 
57 10 

29 6 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1974 



WEST HARDIN— CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY WINNER 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Allen Pence (individual winner), Steve Sebastian, Tim Love, 
John Heath. Second Row: Ronnie Goodman, Richard McGuffin, Wayne Vinson. 



SCHOOL 


COACH 


CROWD 




TEAM 




SCHOOL 


COACH 


CROWD 




TEAM 






E G 


F 


P 


E G 


F 


P 


E G 


F 


P 




E 


G 


F 


P 


E G 


F 


P 


E G 


F 


P 


Lewisburg 


12 6 


1 


1 


12 4 


3 


1 


13 4 


2 


1 


North Marshall 


19 


1 








13 5 


2 





15 5 








Lexington 




















Ohio County 


13 


8 





1 


13 7 


2 





15 7 


1 





Catholic 


26 7 








26 6 


1 





27 6 








Oldham County 


30 


8 


2 





31 7 


2 





30 6 


1 


2 


Livingston 




















Olmstead 


15 


2 








16 1 








14 3 








Central 


12 7 


1 


2 


12 7 


1 


2 


11 7 


1 


3 


Owen County 


27 


10 


1 





18 18 


2 





21 15 


2 





Lloyd Memorial 


13 4 


1 


1 


12 5 


1 





13 4 


2 





Oneida Baptist 






















Lone Jack 


11 3 


2 





14 2 








14 1 


1 





Institute 


16 


2 








16 2 








16 2 








Lone Oak 


27 5 


1 





13 19 


1 





27 4 


2 





Owensboro 


31 


4 








22 9 


4 





27 8 








Louisa 


22 10 


2 


5 


25 9 


5 





23 10 


4 


2 


Owensboro Cath. 


15 


2 


1 





11 6 


1 





12 6 








Ludlow 


18 7 


1 


2 


15 11 


1 





10 12 


2 


4 


Owsley County 


6 


2 








6 1 





1 


5 2 





1 


Lynch 


6 2 





1 


5 3 


1 





5 3 





1 


Paducah Tilghman 


48 


8 


1 


1 


41 13 


4 





46 12 








Lyon County 


12 4 








11 2 


3 





8 7 


1 





Paintsville 


50 


10 


3 





50 10 


3 





48 10 


5 





Lowes 


21 4 


1 


2 


22 5 


1 





23 5 








Paris 


22 


2 


1 


1 


17 8 


1 





17 9 








McCreary Co. 


5 1 








6 








5 1 








Park City 


37 


8 


2 





35 11 


1 





33 11 


3 





McDowell 


3 5 


1 


1 


5 3 


1 





3 5 


1 


1 


Paul G. Blazer 


25 


2 








21 6 








24 3 








McKinney 


4 4 








4 3 








3 4 








Pendleton County 


6 


3 








8 1 








6 3 








McLean County 


6 8 


2 


1 


10 4 


2 





9 7 


1 





Phelps 


13 


2 


1 





8 7 


1 





13 3 








M. C. Napier 


16 18 


4 


1 


13 24 


1 


1 


15 19 


5 





Pikeville 


15 


5 





1 


14 7 








15 6 








Male 


4 11 


2 


1 


7 8 


3 





3 9 


5 


1 


Pleasure Ridge 






















Madison 


18 1 





1 


14 5 


1 





16 3 


1 





Park 


16 


13 





1 


14 14 


1 


1 


16 12 


1 


1 


Madison Central 


29 7 








26 9 


1 





27 5 


3 





Portland Christian 


1 6 


1 








6 1 








7 








Madisonville- 




















Powell County 


49 


4 


4 





47 7 


2 


1 


46 11 








N. Hopkins 


43 7 


7 


5 


38 12 


9 


2 


37 14 


6 


5 


Prestonsburg 


41 


7 





3 


39 4 


8 





39 10 


2 





Marion County 


22 3 








19 6 








20 5 








Providence 


19 


1 


1 





20 1 








17 1 


3 





Mason County 


20 19 


1 


3 


22 21 








19 20 


4 





Pulaski County 


25 


2 


1 





24 3 





1 


24 2 


2 





Mayfield 


33 








27 3 


3 





25 8 








Raceland 


29 


1 








23 5 


1 


1 


28 2 








Maysville 


11 3 


3 





12 4 


1 





11 4 


2 





Reidland 


34 


9 


1 





30 14 








35 9 








Meade "County 


15 1 








14 2 








14 2 








Riverside 






















Memorial 


9 4 


1 





7 5 








10 3 


1 





Christian 


7 


10 








5 9 


2 


1 


7 5 


5 





Menifee County 


9 16 


2 





12 13 


1 





16 9 


2 





Rockcastle County 


12 


1 








8 4 








7 6 








Mercer County 


16 8 








14 10 


1 





14 11 








Rowan County 


31 


14 


4 





38 10 





1 


26 16 


7 





Metcalfe County 


34 2 








34 2 








35 





1 


Russell 


36 


6 


1 


1 


32 11 





1 


33 9 





2 


Middlesboro 


20 8 








19 8 








19 8 


1 





Russell County 


26 











24 1 








26 








Millard 


13 2 


1 





8 5 


3 





14 1 





1 


RussellviUe 


26 


4 


2 





25 5 


2 





28 1 


3 





Model 


29 2 


1 





25 7 








27 4 


1 





St. Henry 


17 


6 


1 





18 6 








16 7 


1 





Montgomery Co. 


18 11 





3 


21 10 





1 


18 11 





2 


St. Mary 


21 


3 


1 


1 


16 9 





1 


17 5 


1 


3 


Monticello 


10 3 








5 4 


2 





9 3 


1 





St. Patrick 


13 


7 








12 8 








9 8 


2 


1 


Moore 


15 7 


2 


1 


16 7 


2 





17 7 


1 





St. Thomas 


11 


13 


1 





10 8 


7 





13 11 


1 





Morgan County 


13 1 








12 


2 





14 








St. Xavier 


19 


7 


1 





13 13 


1 





16 10 


1 





Mt. Sterling 


18 6 


2 





18 5 


2 


1 


16 8 


2 





Salyersville 


20 


1 








18 3 








19 2 








Murray 


15 





2 


14 3 








14 1 


2 





Sayre 


23 


4 








20 7 








20 7 








Muhlenberg Central 8 8 








8 8 








7 9 








Scott County 


28 


7 








25 9 


1 





26 9 








Mullins 


31 3 


1 





21 10 


3 


1 


30 4 


1 





Scottsville 


28 


7 


1 





26 8 


2 





23 9 


4 





Nelson County 


11 3 








9 3 


2 





8 6 








Seneca 


21 


8 


2 





15 12 


2 


2 


16 9 


4 


2 


Newport 


13 4 








10 7 








13 4 








Shawnee 


10 


8 


4 





5 11 


5 


1 


8 10 


4 





Newport Catholic 


26 9 








25 8 


2 





26 9 








Shelby County 


17 


13 


1 





16 7 


5 


3 


17 10 


2 


2 


Nicholas County 


23 6 


5 


1 


24 11 








23 7 


5 





Shelbyville 


28 


7 


2 


2 


27 10 


2 





28 7 


2 


2 


North Hardin 


33 7 








29 4 


6 


1 


34 5 


1 





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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1974 



LLOYD— CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY WINNER 




(Left lo Right) Jeriy Baynum. Steve Adkisson, John Adkisson, Malt Huff, Steve Nie^aber, 
Jude Baynum, Dave Crump, Coach Mike Daley. 



CROSS COUNTRY MEETS 

(Continued from Page One) 

1. Allen Pence, West Hardin (10:04); 2. Jeff 
Townsend, Frankfort (10:05); 3. Steve Sebastian, 
West Hardin (10:15); 4. Paul DePriest, Jenkins 
(10:21); 5. John Mulder, Frankfort (10:22); 6. Tom- 
my Nelson, Wayne County (10:23); 7. George Dur- 
bin, St. Marys (10:24); 8. Kevin Hem-ickson, Mo- 
del (10:28); 9. Randy McDowell, Carroll County 
(10:28); 10. Richard McGuffin, West Hardin 
(10:37); 11. James Hobson, Trigg County; 12. Mike 
Bell, Walton- Verona; 13. Bob Doll, Frankfort; 14. 
Brad Dunbar, Providence. 15; Mike Ginn, Tolles- 
boro. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled October 25) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, 11 is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Anderson, Luther S., Rt. 2, Liberty Hights, Carlisle 40311, 

239-2364 
Black, Donald L., 406 Carlisle Avenue, L.exington 40505, 

254-5978, 255-8318 
Bogue, Ronald, 5742-A Allison Avenue, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-7192, 624-7133 
Brumfield, Don, Route 1, Louisa 41230, 638-9429 
Butler, Larry Jack, 6704 Pendleton, Valley Station 40272, 

935-8905 



Cobb, Steve, 306 East Main, Providence 42450, 667-2329 
Coleman, Louis, 4207 Wooded Way, Louisville 40219, 969- 

0982, 774-3207 
Cothern, Ricky, 608 Village Drive, Franklin 42134, 586-8335 
Cross, Roger, 362 Dixie Highway, Muldraugh 40155, 942- 

3625, 422-3214 
Cutter, Corinne, 1805 Gayle Drive, Lexington 40505, 299- 

0660 
Daves, Ron, 2536 Seminole Place, Ovyensboro 42301, 685- 

2466, 684-8811, Ext. 254 
Dunn, James F., Jr., 330 Glyndon Avenue, Richmond 40475, 

623-0715 
Fleck, Gary Lee, 2121 McCloskey Avenue, Louisville 40210, 

778-0604, 636-1381 
Fuchs, Charles, 704 Fifth Avenue, Dayton 41074, 581-6080 
Fulmer, James W., 6280 Kugler Miu Road, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45236, 891-6096, 891-0972 
Gillespie, Steve, 123 East Broadway, Richmond 40475 
Groce, Ralph, Route 2, Albany 42602, 387-5459, 387-6416 
Hardin, Gary, Box 536, South Shore 41175, 932-4436 
Hayden, Garfield, Jr., 1108 King Street, Sturgis 42459, 

333-2741 
Heinze, John G., Jr., 39 South Highland Avenue, Prestons- 

burg 41653, 886-8448 
Hillyer, Charles L., 201 Dalewood Drive, Clarksville, Ten- 
nessee 37040, 647-7525, 798-5115 
Holt, Fred L., 766 Logsdon Parkway, Radcliff 40160, 351- 

4373, 624-8310 
Ishmael, James W., 121 Todds Road, Apt. 39, Bldg. L-3, 

Cynthiana 41031 
King, James B., 711 Vernon Street, Ironton, Ohio 45638, 

532-6653, 329-3333, Ext. 8441 
Leland, Lonnie L., 1857-A Chatsworth, Lexington 40505, 

299-5300, 299-4371 
Marcum, David, 1736 S. Sunrise, Bowling Green 42101, 

843-1982, 842-9065 
Matheney, John B., 437 E. 10th Street, Bowling Green 

42101, 781-4590, 842-1953 
Mayer, Joseph J., Jr., 4913 Mile of Sunshine Drive, Louis- 
ville 40219, 964-5055, 636-1381 
Noll, John T., Cartmell Hall, M.S.U., Morehead 40351, 783- 

3391, 783-3391 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1974 



Page Seven 



Parham, Charles, 2868 Middlesex Way, Lexington 40503, 

278-8596, 252-2312 
Parks, Charles W., 7704 E. Sundance Avenue, Louisville 

40222, 426-6278, 637-0547 
Richardson, Charles, 2040 Daniels Court #2, Lexington 

40504, 255-6787 
Roberts, George, Rt. 3, Box 55, Louisa 41230, 638-4614 
Robinson, Harold, 740 Blackburn Avenue, Frankfort 40601, 

223-7685, 233-2000, Ext. 3764 
Robinson, Larry M., Box 6, Paintsville 41240, 789-1440 

(Bus.) 
Slatter, Leon D., 457 Michigan Avenue, Lexington 40508, 

255-6126, 255-5583 
Sorrell, Tommy Joe, 302 Brockton, E.K.U., Richmond 

40475, 622-5078 
Thomas, Arthur, Jr., 3528 Lucinda Lane, Bowling Green 

42101, 843-6045, 842-2821 
Thompson. George W., Box 84, Commonwealth Hall, 

E.K.U., Richmond 40475, 625-2443, 337-2147 
Ward, Larry, 84 Broadway, Cave City 42127, 773-2832 
Wood, Stanley D., Box 69, Wallins Creek 40873, 664-3665, 

573-4848 
Zlamal, Raymond K., 855 NW 44th Avenue, Apt. #30, 

Miami, Florida 33126, 445-6436, 324-4455, Ext. 3256 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled October 25) 

If the lelephone number is given for an official, it is 
Ihe home phone number unless otherwise desigjialed. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Abney, Joseph T., Irvine 40336, 723-3225, 625-2574 

Abney, Ken, 377 Big Hill Avenue, Richmond 40475, 623- 

5360, 623-2534 
Acton. Claude J., Rt. 3, Somerset 42501, 379-6479, 379-2360 
Adkins, Charles, Paintsville 41240, 789-4375, 789-5407 
Adkins, Leslie H., 550 Halifax Drive, Lexington 40503, 

278-4979 293-4234 
Agee, Danny B., Box 468, Central City 42330 
Alexander, Darryl, Box 71, Irvington 40146, 547-7337, 422- 

2101, Ext. 252 
Allen, Doug. Box 93, Jackson 41339, 666-7478, 666-2357 
Allen, Hilary Leroy, R.R. 1, Box 252, Vine Grove 40175, 

828-3669, 748-4692 
Allen, Jeffery L., Rt. 1, Box 232, Vine Grove 40175, 828- 

3669 
Anderson, Edward L., P.O. Box 501, Leltchfield 42754, 

259-4458, 259-4256 
Anderson, Luther S., Liberty Heights, R. 2, Carlisle 40311. 

289-2364 
Anderson, Roger L., Route 2, Box 59, Harlan 40831, 573- 

2536. 573-2536 
Ashlock, Bobby, East View 42732, 862-3346 
Ashlock. William, East View 42732, 862-3346 
Bailey, Frank, 934 Scenic Drive, Radcliff 40160, 351-3216, 

624-7724 
Bair, Dave, 1124 Centurian Road, Lexington 40502, 272- 

5793 269-3326 
Baker, Janice, 4008 Addison Lane, Shively 40216, 447-6539, 

849-3131 
Barker, Phillip M., P. O. Box 269, Olive Hill 41164, 286- 

4402, 286-2481 
Barnes, Barry L., Rockport 42369, 274-3028 
Barnett, Stephen, Paddock Place, Versailles 40383, 873- 

8459, 873-5434 
Basler, Mel, 857 Malabu Drive #94, Lexington 40502, 269- 

5576, 253-0531 
Bates, Gardner, 101 Collier Court, Whitesburg 41858, 633- 

7174, 633-2961 
Beach, Frank, Route 2, Box 45, Franklin 42134, 586-3431, 

586-3431, Ext. 312 
Begley, Stanley, Box 14, Gay's Creek 41745, 398-7320 
Belcher, William, Box 99, Evarts 40849, 837-2607, 837-2280 
Bell, Clarence T., 3812 Meadow Haven Road, Louisville 

40218 491-2846 582-5573 
Bell, Robert J., 1001 Claiborne Way, Lexington 40502, 272- 

1291 269-3326 
Bell, Steve, R.R. 4, Albany 42602, 387-6521, 864-5312 
Benton, Eddie, Rt. 5, Hillcrest, Richmond 40475, 623-2861 
Berger, Richard, 19 Miami, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 331-5373, 

331-1515 
Berry, Marc H., 1406 Patterson Street, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-1378, 696-3850 
Bieterman, Richard J., 2546 Citation Avenue, Owensboro 

42301, 926-2700, 683-9021 
Biter, Charles D., Sr., 6602 Moorhaven Drive, Louisville 

40228, 239-3580, 452-4676 
Black, Donald L.. 406 Carlisle Avenue, Lexington 40505, 

254-5978, 255-8318 
Blackwood, Thomas W., 3402 Hastings Circle, Louisville 

40222, 425-9760, 583-8874 



Blair, Kenneth, Box 224, Hindman 41822, 785-3240, 436-3158 
Blankenbaker, W. Larry, 153 Skyline Drive, Bowling 

Green 42101, 842-8889, 843-4358 
Blevins, Allen, Box 168, Cumberland 40823, 589-2233, 675- 

3311 
Blevins, Boone, Jr., Staffordsville 41256, 297-4893, 789-1500 
Bogar, Joseph, Box 37, Hardy 41531, 353-4166, 353-7760 
Boswell, Alan, 909 S. Broadway, Providence 42450, 667-5700 
Bowling, Donald E., 503 Scott Avenue. Pikeville 41501, 

437-7243 
Boyd, Charles E.. Rt. 3, Box 49, Catlettsburg 41129 
Braden, Joseph, Route 4, Hodgenville 42748, 549-3594 
Brassfield, Rosanne J., 611 Silver Leaf Drive, Lexington 

40505. 299-4243 
Brauch, Charles J., 117 Westview Drive, Bardstown 40004, 

348-3218, 348-3991 
Breeden, Billie, Route 6, Benton 42025, 898-3964 
Brooks, Carl, 402 Locust Street, Providence 42450 667-5709, 

821-6931 
Brown. Jack W., 2289 A Alexandria, Lexington 40504, 278- 

7809, 873-3276 
Brown, Ray S., Jr., Rt. 2. Cecilia 42724. 862-4547 
Brunsting, Carol A., Boone Square Apt. 48, Berea 40403, 

986-8708, 287-7158 
Bryant, Jimmy W., 4317 Stoltz Court, Louisville 40215, 

368-0968, 363-2332 
Butcher, Granville "Bo", Williamsport 41271, 789-3619, 432- 

1755 
Camacho, Marcus, General Delivery, Warsaw 41095, 567- 

5041 (Bus.) 
Campbell, Dexter, Ulvah 41856, 633-5411 

Cardin, George M., Rt. 1. Box 277, Sonora 42776, 369-6501 
Carnes, Patrick M., 201 Hart Road, Lexington 40502, 266- 

1404, 269-3379 
Carpenter, Jasper, 34 Queen Avenue, Lexington 40505, 

252-0952 
Carr, Lawrence W., 323 Shelby Street, Bromley 41016, 

261-2994, 243-3731 
Chappie, Charles, 1532 Holman Street, Covington 41011 

581-5841, 581-8200, Ext. 16 
Cheek, Alan, Box 160, Todd Hall, E.K.U., Richmond 40475, 

625-4261, 625-4261 
Chinn, Bill, Jr., Columbia 42728, 384-4204, 384-5149 
Chowing, Charlotte S.. 13207 Rehl Road, Jeffersontown 

40299, 267-7866, 633-2344 
Clark, James (Ken), 2611 Delor Avenue, Louisville 40217, 

637-6497, 426-7240 
Clater. James F., Rt. 1. CeeiUa 42724, 862-4821, 769-5978 
CUck, Edgle (Bide), Box 84, Martin 41649 285-3361. 285-3110 
Cohelia, Richard D., General Delivery. Coalgood 40818. 

573-3129 573-1624 
CoUey, Lynn W., 411 E. 23 Street, Hopkinsville 42240, 885- 

9538, 886-4463 
Collier, Mike, 525 Lowell, Cincinnati, Ohio 45220, 961-9070 

(Bus.) 
Combs, Larry D., 536 West Second Street, Maysville 41056. 

564-6175, 564-3312 
Conlev, Gary D., Rt, 1, Box 667, Ashland 41101. 928-6678. 

348-5300 
Conley, Joseph D., 2436 Roosevelt Avenue, Ashland 41101, 

324-6042 
Cooksey, James Kay, 928 Adams Street. Louisa 41230. 638- 

4154. 638-4574 
Coomer. George M., 3474 Boston Road, Lexington 40503. 

277-8629, 252-2312, Ext. 2548 
Copley, Sidney M., Box 13, Red Jacket, W. Va., 25692 
Cotton, Carl W., 515 Central Avenue, Wurtland 41144. 836- 

6803. 325-8154 
Coy, CharUe S., Boston 40107 
Cross, Roger. 362 Dixie Highway. Muldraugh 40155, 942- 

3625 422-3214 
Grouse, ' James W., Box 276, Dixon 42409, 639-5145. 667-2797 
Dalton, John P.. Box 254. Morgantown 42261 526-4633 
Davenport, Bowman (Bo), Box 62. Clarkson 42726. 259-4078 

(Bus.) 
Davenport. Steve, 119 Wedgewood, Glasgow 42141, 651-9252, 

651-6781 
Davis, Tom, 146 Highland Avenue, Madisonville 42431, 

825-1795, 232-4277 
Day, Douglas, Rt. 5, Nicholasville 40356 
De Cors, Howard L., Flint Road, Waco 40385. 369-5891, 252- 

3456 
Devine, Roy D., Willisburg 40078, 375-2257 
Dick, James E., R. R. 4, Albany 42602, 387-5064, 387-5569 
Dillingham, Kent, 1262 College, Apt. 3. Bowling Green 

42101 842-9593 
Doan, Dennis M.. Box 95, Loyall 40854, 573-3781. 573-1331 
Dorsey, James, 4062 Vinedale Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45205, 471-8050 
Dotson, Paul, Box 83, BeUry 41514, 353-4837, 353-7239 
Dowell, Larry, 6607 Woodbark Lane, Louisville 40291, 239- 

9050, 587-5607 
Duane, Sr. Paula, 124 W. 6th Street, Covington 41011, 

291-9076 291-5355 
Duerson, Larry, 418 Richmond, Berea 40403, 868-3953 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1974 



Durham, Robert W. (Bob), 2623 Mohawk Drive, Bowling 

Green 42101, 781-5655, 842-0012 
Elliott. Carlos, 2409 Vinedale Avenue, Louisville 40220, 

459-3587, 582-2621 
Embrv. Johnnv D., Cloverport 40111, 788-6730, 788-3741 
Estes, Walter R., Rt. 6, Owensboro 42301, 771-4172 
Featherstone. John E.. 4102 Sunrise Way, Louisville 40220, 

459-8334, 366-9560, Ext. 279 
Fetter, Susan C, 13207 Rehl Road, Jeffersontown 40299, 

267-7866, 425-5076 
Flynn, Bobby, 428 McKenna Court, Lexington 40505, 299- 

5902 255-2481 
Fortney', Preston, Box 315, Hyden 41749, 672-2478, 675-4111 
Foutch. Enoch, Jr., 35 Church Street, P.O. Box 761, Lynch 

40855, 848-2028, 848-5486 
Fox Carl. Jr.. Lerose 41344, 593-5484. 593-5358 
Frev. William, 4318 Ripple Creek, Cold Spring 41076, 781- 

2685, 431-1336 
Fritz, John C, 242 Osage Circle, Lexington 40509, 269- 

2726 252-2995 
Fults, Don F., P.O. Box 56, Cloverport 40111, 788-6571, 788- 

3388 
Fultz, G. Roger, P.O. Box 121, Wayland 41666, 358-4871, 

285-3236 
Gabbard, Jack, Rt. 1, Box 552A, Hazard 41701, 436-6125, 

436-6125 
Gatterdam, Ed L., Jr., 3206 Layside Court, LouisviUe 40220, 

459-9759 581-4481 
Giordano. Al. 99 Holly Lane, Princeton 42445, 365-5680, 365- 

3531 
Gish, Pete, 2025 Poplar Drive, Henderson 42420, 826-3023, 

826-9522 
Goetz. Wm. E., 207 Wildwood Drive, Owensboro 42301, 

684-8595, 683-3112 
Goheen. Larrv. 819 Franz Court, Ashland 41101, 324-8203, 

928-6481 
Goldev, William H., 866 Lamont Lane, Henderson 42420, 

827-3622, 827-2561 
Goodman, Jack. 514 Springdale Road. Brandenburg 40108, 

422-2072, 422-3363 
Gordon. Rov T., 1701 Cherry Lane, ShelbyviUe 40065, 633- 

2558, 633"-4519 
Gosman, Carroll, R.R. 1. Bedford 40006. 255-3379, 732-4352 
Grefer. Thomas J.. 65 Geiger Avenue, Bellevue 41073, 

491-3219. 261-8655 
Griffith, Sheila G., P.O. Box 356, Allen 41601, 874-2600, 

886-8702 
Hackett. Wilbur L., Sr., 1472 Olive Street, LouisviUe 

40210, 772-0493, 452-4109 
Hall, Tim, General Delivery, Harold 41635, 478-4532 
HaU. Tommy. Pippa Passes 41844, 368-3496 
Hall, William W.. 115 Dickerson Street, Prestonsburg 

41653. 886-3415, 789-8211 
Harbour, George A., Jr., Rt. 6, ShelbyviUe 40065, 633-3619, 

633-4535 
Hardin. Don G., Box 88, Morehead 40351. 784-7698 
Haste, Fred, R.R. 2, Eubank 42567, 423-2317 
Hawkins, Donald H., R. 1, Elkron 40117 828-3631, 828-2125 
Hayes, Charles D., Mousie 41839, 946-2126 785-3149 
Haj'es, Larry, Garner 41817 
Henderson. Roger A., 1613 Herr Lane, Louisville 40222, 426- 

4684, 774-8484 
Hendren. James W., Rt. 1, MackviUe 40040, 375-4498 
Henry, Daniel T., 30 Ann Street. Florence 41042. 371-5642 
Henry. David, 30 Ann Street, Florence 41042, 371-5642 
Hensley, Eugene, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 254, Smilax 41764, 279- 

2148, 279-2148 
Henson Tony C, Rt. 6, Mayfield 42066, 658-3126, 247-4536 
Hess. Herman, 4204 Summit Drive, Louisvillt 40229, 957- 

5723, 361-2661 
Hickey, Tom, 2223 Eastern Avenue, Covington 41014, 291- 

1708 
Highfield, Vicki, 708 Oak Street, Ludlow 41016, 431-2528 
Hicks, Gene, 105 5th, LaGrange 40031, 222-1829, 222-1336 
Hobbs, Jan M., Apt. W-12, Seminary Village, LouisviUe 

40207. 893-7396, 643-4871 
HoUey, PhiUip L., Rt. 2, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-5789, 663- 

4401 
Holt, Larry K., Rt. 1, Box 132A, Alvaton 42122, 843-3587, 

781-4585 
Holt, Robert E., 3300 Southgate, HopkinsviUe 42240, 885- 

3405, 886-5271 
Hood, David. Cumberland ViUage Apts., #24, Middlesboro 

40965, 248-4277, 248-3378 
Home, Harold L., Box 127, PaintsviUe 41240, 297-3586, 

297-3674 
Howard, Dwight W., 2113 Barron Drive, Owensboro 42301, 

685-1987, 684-4287 
Howell, Arvid L., R.R. 1, Box 287, MaysviUe 41056, 883- 

3165, 564-5581 
Hughes, Brenda, 500 Ohio Street, Apt. 4, Lexington 40508, 

255-4172, 252-3212 

Irwin Charlie. R.R. 4, HopkinsviUe 42240, 886-4820, 886- 

3921, Ext. 73 
Jent, Richard L., 5561 Nickview Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45239, 931-7301, 793-7100 



Johnson, BiU W., 175 Malabu Drive #50, Lexington 40503, 

278-5979, 253-0511 
Johnson, Michael, 114 Allison Avenue, BarbourviUe 40906, 

546-4274 
Jones, Don L., 437 Jackson Street, CampbeUsviUe 4271S, 

465-5953, 465-5953 
Jones, Frank, Rt. 5, Box 517, Manchester 40962, 598-3952, 

598-2142 
Keatley, James H., Box 47F, Rt. 2, Delbarton, W. Va. 

25670 475-3592 426-4401 
Keller, ferry Joe' 237 Ludford Street, Ludlow 41016, 261- 

9987 
Kirklin, Luther, Box 367, Harlan 40831, 573-2535, 573-2210 
Kroth, Paul, 3906 Lori Drive Apt. B-1, Erlanger 41018, 

331-9435, 356-5839 
Kurtz, Harry R., R.R. 1, BrooksviUe 41004, 747-5861 
Kvner, James, 1804 Dalton #8, Lexington 40505, 299-5632, 

269-1396 
Lambert, Irvin G„ 6412 Fern Crest Road, Louisville 40291, 

239-4996 582-5504 
Laney, Biui 110 Robin Road, NicholasviUe 40356, 885-3293, 

885-3293 
Lashley, Daniel R., 561 Severn Way, Lexington 40507, 278- 

2953 278-2953 
Lawson' Ronald G., 505 W. Walnut, Mayfield 42066, 247- 

2586, 247-3663 
Lawson, RondeU, Garrett 41630, 358-3531 
Leach, Albert, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 110, Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

4833 248-4683 
Ledford', Thos. B., 2702 Wren Road, Ft. Campbell 42223, 

431-4482 798-2415 
Lee, BiU, Rt. 1, Leitchfield 42754, 259-4661, 259-4175 
Lee, Donald H., Rt. 1, Leitchfield 42754, 242-7697 
Lehkamp, Ken, 106 Ohio Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 441- 

1475, 635-2191 
Lieber, Pattv, 13207 Rehl Road, LouisviUe 40299, 267-7866 
Lile, Clyde F., 918 Elizabeth Drive, HopkinsviUe 42240, 

886-5584, 886-2433 
Linder, Ricky, Rt. 7, Lot 6 HUlcrest MJl.P., Elizabethtown 

42701, 737-5922, 358-3690 
Lonaker, Glendon R., 509 S. Liberty, Falmouth 41040, 

654-8396, 341-2700 
Long, Robert F., 664 Lombardy Drive, Lexington 40505, 

299-7226 253-2421 
Long, Steve, 1324 High Street, Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

1261, 842-0107 
McCowan, ConneU, Bt. 1, Box 253, Corbin 40701, 528-4932 
McDowell, Garv, Big Sandy Tr. Park, Louisa 41230, 638- 

9411, 638-4574 
Martin, Dennis W., Route 2, Stanford 40484, 365-2671, 255- 

4261 
Martin, Harold E., 267 Loudon, Lexington 40505, 254-0489, 

254-3816 
Martin, Roger K., Box 174, Park City 42180, 749-8425, 749- 

5101 
Matthews, Robert A., Rt. 4, Donna Lane, Bardstown 40004, 

348-3439 348-9096 
Maxev. Michael. 216 E. 7th, London 40741, 864-9290 
May, Larry, P.O. Box 340, WUUamson, W. Va. 25661, 235- 

6559 
Mayhugh, Bobby O., Rt. 3, GreenvUle 42345, 338-1685 
Meadors, Wm. J., 784 Covington Avenue, Bowling Green 

42101, 842-4141, 745-3347 
Medlev, Sr. Carolyn, 124 W. Sixth Street, Covington 41011, 

29i-9076, 291-5355 
Meredith, Eric, Rt, 1, Box 367-A, CeciUa 42724, 862-4948 
Middleton, John, 209 Leimaur Drive, Richmond 40475, 623- 

1682 
Milbern, Daniel L., 1049 Patricia Lane, Lexington 40505, 

255-5438, 233-2000, Ext. 2143 
MUes, Ralph A., 5567-A Hiers Street, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

1678, 624-3510 
MiUer, Bob, 197 HoUday Lane, Ft, Thomas 41075, 441-5885, 

635-2191 
Miller, Jerry, 2816 Goose Creek Road, LouisviUe 40272, 

426-2192, 426-2000 
MUler, Randy, Berea CoUege, CPO 1333, Berea 40403, 346- 

3617 
MiUer, Richard T., 14 Skyline TraUer Park, Bowling 

Green 42101, 781-4077, 487-5441 
MitcheU, Curtis N., 150 Pride Avenue, MadisonviUe 42431, 

821-1423 
MitcheU, Douglas, 1218 Miami TraU, Frankfort 40601, 695- 

4650, 227-7341 
MitcheU, Rickey C, 568 Judy Lane, Lexington 40505, 299- 

6484, 254-4812 
Mobley, Clarence E., 707 C. Charlotte Court, Lexington 

40508, 233-1649, 255-7907 
Money, John. Route 2, Dry Ridge 41035, 428-3311, 824-4433 
Monfort, Eddie, 410 Clay Davis, Transylvania University, 

Lexington 40508, 233-8439 
MonhoUen, Ben C, 6816 Shareith Drive, LouisviUe 40228, 

239-0639, 426-2000, Ext. 265 
Monks. Ronald E., 3509 Dorset Road, LouisviUe 40214 
Mooneyhan, James H., 810 Henry Street, Franklin 42134, 

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Moore, N. Dean, P.O. Box 296, Guthrie 42234, 483-2683, 

483-2541 
Morrison, Daniel G., Rt. 16, Garvin Lane, Bowling Green 

42101. 843-1835, 843-9633 
Morrow, Ulyesses E., 114 St. IiOUis Avenue, Providence 

42450, 667-2448 
Mullins, William B., 2698 Chant Court, Lexington 40503, 

269-2784. 255-3641 
Murrell, Michael G., 527 Lake Tower Drive, Lexington 

40502, 269-2131 
Nance, David, 107 Grinstead Court, Glasgow 42141, 651- 

5955 
Napier, Fay, Rt. 1, Box 562, Hazard 41701, 436-2590, 436- 

2812 
Nelson, Clarence, 2911 Asbury Place, Owensboro 42301, 

683-0816, 295-3451, Ext. 343 
Newton. John J., 4151 Winnepeg Way, Lexington 40503, 

272-6577, 257-3268 
Noble, Gary. Box 147. R.R. 2, BooneviUe 41314, 593-5088 
Norwood, Thomas, 811 Henry Street, Franklin 42134. 586- 

3614. 586-3541 
Ogden, Paul J., Jr., 1419 Mark Trail, Louisville 40222, 

426-3575. 584-0115 
Oder. Michael Lee. Transylvania University, Lexington 

40508, 233-8536 
Osborne. Lonnie K., Box 72, Robinson Creek 41560, 432- 

1414 (Bus.) 
Overstreet. Walter R., 1086 Oakwood Drive, Lexington 

40511, 255-3461. 233-2000. Ext. 3817 
Owings. Hank, 1713 Chester Road, Louisville 40216. 448- 

7130 
Owsley, Bob A., 1106 Market Street, Worthington 41183, 

836-6135 
Palko, Edward T.. R.R. 1, Owenton Road, Frankfort 40601, 

223-8833, 873-4541 
Peeno. Harry R., 124 Morris Road, Lookout Heights 41011. 

331-1981 
Perry, Crarles L., 712 Lakeshore Drive. Villa Hills 41016. 

341-9558. 341-5566 
Peters. Robert M., Box 215, Auxier 41602. 886-6212, 789- 

8211 
PurceU, J. Kenneth, 1308 Diuguld Road, Murray 42071, 

753-8233, 762-6826 
Randolph. D. E., 136 Jefferson Avenue, Danville 40422, 

236-2492. 787-6131 
Reece, Joe Wayne, Rt. 1, Box 470, Evarts 40828, 837-2820, 

573-1175 
Reeves, Curtis R., 568 Severn Way, Lexington 40503, 277- 

1725. 254-8061. Ext. 267 
Reffitt, Tommy E., R.R. 1 Ridgeway, Owingsville 40360, 

674-6535. 498-2660. Ext. 65 
Rhye. Raymond O.. 508 Princeton Street, Providence 42450, 

667-2415 
Rhye. Terry, Rt. 2, Cedar Street, Providence 42450, 667-5746 
Rigsby. James M., 180 Euclid Avenue. Paintsville 41240, 

789-4667 
Ringstaff, Roy G.. R.R. 2. Box 44-A, Burna 42028. 988-3183 
Roark. David W., 447 South Main Street, Barbourville 

40906. 546-4456 
Roberts, Barry G., Star Rt., Lodiburg 40146, 547-7413, 

769-1678 
Robertson, Carol Lynn, Route 7, Benton 42025, 527-8153 
Robinson, Harvey L., Box 171, PikeviUe 41501, 432-3927, 

432-2592 
Robinson. Larry G., Rt. 40, Davis Branch, Paintsville 

41240, 789-4840 
Robinson. Mary H., 1412 Stallard Street, Ashland 41101, 

325-7850, 836-8153 
Robinson, Tony L., 101 E. Green Street, Princeton 42445, 

365-2105, 795-3771. Ext 268 
Rodgers, Jack W.. Jr., Rt. 4, Box 75, Olive Hill 41164, 

286-4090, 286-2000 
Roe, David, Box 77, Grahn 41142, 286-4545. 286-4172 
Roe, James, P.O. Box 77. Grahn 41142 286-5623, 286-2391 
Roesel. Joseph, 429 Pickett Drive, Lookout Heights 41011, 

331-1880, 581-1200 
Rogers, Ralph, Box 113, Horse Cave 42749. 786-2076 
Rogers, Rufus B.. 5571-B Hiers Street, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-1966, 624-8451 
Ross. Hugh C. Rt. 1, Box 797, Ashland 41101, 928-8481, 

325-8511, Ext. 456 
Ross. Jackie A., Robin HUl Road, Paintsville 41240, 789- 

3478 
Rowland. Dean. Ezel 41425, 725-4133, 498-2660 
Royse. Everett T., 239 Burke Road, Lexington 40505, 255- 

1707, 255-1707 
Russman, Godfrey F., Jr., 1041 Goss Avenue, Louisville 

40217, 456-6886, 635-7426 
Runyon. Tommy D., Box 181, Belfry 41514, 353-7883, 353- 

7239 
Russell, Robert, Rt. 5, Richmond 40475, 623-8595 
St. Clair, Robert L., 2702 Paoli Pike #252, New Albany, 

Indiana 47150, 948-8758. 582-5687 
Salyer, Henry E., 5602 Spicewood, Louisville 40219, 969- 

6371 



Salyer, Joel D., Pettit Avenue, Morehead 40351, 784-6338. 

784-6338 
Salyers, John D., 108 Center Street, Erlanger 41018, 341- 

5217, 341-5224 
Sample. Randall. Rt. 2, Mockingbird Lane, Carlisle 40311, 

289-5526. 289-7166 
Sammons, C. J.. Box 57, Red Jacket, W. Va. 25692, 426- 

4171. 235-2122 
Sammons. Patrick O.. 529 East Adair, Louisville 40209, 363- 

5979. 584-5311 
Sams. Glenn, Millers Village, Auburn 42206, 542-6139, 

843-1183 
Sanders. John David. 631 Greenwood Drive, Harrodsburg 

40330. 734-4774, 734-2315 
Sargent. Donald. 1314 Vine Street, MaysvUle 41056, 564- 

6407 
Saylors, Carlee. Rt. 8, Box 470, Murray 42071, 753-7979, 

924-5602 
Sayre. Mike. 2191 Lansill Road, Lexington 40504. 277-0036 
Schell. Jerrs'. 218 Jesselin Drive. Lexington 40503, 278- 

4445. 277-3737 
Schneider. Donald P., 5697 Biscayne, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45211. 574-2898. 421-1800, Ext. 670 
Scott. Emmanuel H.. 1614 Potter Place, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45207. 281-6928. 321-3916 
Scott. Travis Paul. Route 1. Columbia 42728, 384-4811, 384- 

2751 
Scott. WiUie L.. 217 Showalter Drive. Georgetown 40324, 

863-3757, 863-3321 
Scriber. Jackie L.. Box 34, New Castle 40050, 845-2796, 

585-3983 
Scudder. Laura L., Box 87, Hartford 42347, 298-3175, 298- 

3442 
Scurry. Henry L.. Box 31. K.S.U., Estill Apt. 4, Frankfort 

40601. 875-1288. 564-6066 
Sears Wilson. 1589 Grinstead Drive, BowUng Green 42101, 

843-2268, 842-1674 
Seavers. Joe, 2517 Ann Street, Ludlow 41016, 341-0213, 

291-8925 
Shanks, Stephen. 4337 Grandview Drive, Ashland 41101, 

423-1712. 928-6464 
Sharp, Ronnie, 140 Chasteen, Middlesboro 40965, 248-3916, 

337-2425 
Shaw. Earl. 121 Hagan Court. Lancaster 40444 
Shearer. Robert L. (Bob). 586 Charlemagne Blvd., Eliza- 

bethtown 42701. 769-1883. 769-3381 
Sherrard, Steve. Route 5 Wooden Lane. Elizabethtown 

42701. 737-8990. 765-6171 
Shewmaker. Wayne. Rt. 3, Box 22, Russellville 42276, 726- 

3244 726-3530 
Shields.' Donald C. 555 Coachlight Drive, Ft. Mitchell 

41017. 331-8887. 791-1680 
Shinbaum. Ralph M., 1828 Fawn Drive, Owensboro 42301, 

684-7677, 683-2401, Ext. 473 
Short. Kerrv. 205 Dale Heights. Horse Cave 42749. 786-2728 
Shipp. David E.. 133 Hartweg Avenue. Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-1163. 431-4246 
Shivelv. William E.. 522 N. 27th, LouisviUe 40212, 776- 

072"0. 581-2411 
Shuck. Tom G., 2013 Williamsburg Road, Lexington 40504, 

277-8780. 252-4486 
Shumaker. Thurman E., Rt. 2, Princeton 42445, 365-9479, 

273-5278 
Sigler. Susie. 4203 Norbrook Drive #1, Louisville 40218, 

458-8273. 897-1811 
Sims. Frank D., 5400 Billtown Road, Jeffersontown 40299, 

239-7366. 634-9411. Ext. 212 
Sims Roy V.. Ledbetter 42058, 898-7403, 443-6210 
Singleton, Jerrv, Rockport 42369, 274-7878 
Sizemore. Austin, Oneida 40972, 847-2004, 847-2202 
Skaggs, Bobby L., 619 Old State Road, Brandenburg 40108, 

422-2492 422-3363 
Skaggs, Robert (Bill), P.O. Box 372, Leitchfield 42754, 

259-3438. 259-4144 
Skees. Helen, 8506 Eula Road, Louisville 40219, 969-8914, 

361-9243 
Slone, Martin, Box 240, Robinson Creek 41560, 639-6102, 

639-4415 
Slover, Troy. Jr., Box 61, Combs 41729, 439-1502 
Smallwood, Talmadge, Rt. 2, Box 618, Stanton 40380, 663- 

2096, 663-2544 
Smith, Benny, Rt. 3, Box 5, Manchester 40962, 598-9934 

(Bus.) 
Smith. Charles L., 211 Lansill Road, Lexington 40504, 278- 

3309, 233-0666, Ext. 210 
Smith, Dwight H., P.O. Box 518, Morehead 40351, 784-9770, 

784-9275 
Smith, Mickey. 951 South 1st. Mayfield 42066, 247-5449 
Smith. Robert L., 201 Country Hill Drive, Somerset 42501, 

679-2370. 679-4371 
Smith, Rod, 922 Belvolr Drive, Frankfort 40601, 223-2119, 

564-3040 
Smith, Ronald A., 561 Lisa Drive, Lexington 40505, 299- 

9688, 255-5661, Ext. 371 
Smith Ronald K., 1626 Catalpa, Louisville 40211, 772-9647, 

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Smith, Virginia Lee, Rt. 1, Box 233A, Baxter 40806, 573- 

2488 
Smith. Wavne, 528 Jackson, Campbellsville 42718, 465-5268, 

465-3566 
Smith, Willard N., 323 High Street, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-5339, 465-4174 
Smith, William E., 4122 St, John's Terrace, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45236, 791-3082, 745-3504 
Snodgrass, Jack D., 351 Knollwood, Highland Heights, 

41073, 441-1188, 431-7997 
Soper, Clyde B. Box 111, Millersburg 40348, 484-3487, 293- 

3969 
South, Douglas E., P. O. Box 5, Summit 42783, 862-4562, 

259-5355 
Sowder, Bill D., 500 Hollow Creek Road, Apt. 21, Lexing- 
ton 40511, 299-0770, 278-5421, Ext. 260 
Spalding, J. Randall, 353 Harrison Street, Lebanon 40033, 

692-6286. 348-9211 
Sparks, Glenn D., 2425 Moore Street, Ashland 41101, 324- 

3423 
Sparrow. John A., 406 Raven Street, Harrodsburg 40330, 

734-7913, 734-7711, Ext. 207 
Spencer, Irv, Rt. 1 Old State Road, Brandenburg 40108, 

422-3294, 422-3214 
Spurlock, Lamarr, Printer 41655, 285-3796 
Spicer, David I., 127 Morehead Street, Central City 42330, 

754-1379 
Spoonamore, Jim, 111 Pettus Court, Stanford 40484, 365- 

2348, 233-2000, Ext. 2162 
Stagnolia, Eugene, 308 New York Road, Cumberland 

40823, 589-2344, 589-4625 
Stansbury, Charles F., Apt, 18 Riceville, Morehead 40351, 

784-5135 
Stark, Douglas, R.R. 3. Bedford 40006, 255-7301, 265-4722 
Starks, James L., P.O. Box 308, Morton's Gap 42440, 258- 

5342 
Steely, Robert W., Box 705, Hazard 41701, 439-1519, 436- 

2131 
Stephenson. Harry, 1612 Hawthorn Lane, Lexington 40505, 

299-1757 233-8221 
Stethen, James E., Box 134, Bedford 40006, 255-3285, 265- 

4717 (Madison, Indiana) 
Stevens, Irvine, 761 Huntington Park Apt. 707, Louisville 

40213, 968-5575 
Stevenson, Marcus B., Rt. 1. Elmwood Drive, Mt. Sterling 

40353, 498-3740, 498-2660 
Stevenson, M. G., Route 1, Russellville 42276, 726-9453, 

726-9531 
Stewart, Bobby L., 902 So. 6th Street, Louisville 40202, 

587-1089. 583-1469 
Stewart, Dale, 514 Catalina Drive, Owensboro 42301, 926- 

1676, 685-3121 
Stewart. Ricky, Rt. 2, Cecilia 42724, 862-4344 
Stiff, Maurice (Moe), 2150 Glenworth Avenue, Louisville 

40218. 454-7808, 585-2995 
Stikeleather, Clyde L., 730 School Street, Leitchfield 

42754, 259-3885, 259-3161 
Stith, Richard Lynn, R.R. 1, Box 13, Webster 40176, 547- 

3412, 756-2149 
Stoker, Steven, 208 N. Jefferson, Burlington 41005, 586- 

6471. 684-1396 
Stone. Kenneth G., Rt. 4, Box 178-H, Bardstown 40004, 

348-6025 
Stone Sidney P., 318 E. Waller, Morganfield 42437,, 389- 

3962, 389-1531 
Stovall, Catherine, 2144 Glenworth Avenue, Louisville 

40218, 451-6781, 897-5371 
Stovall, Tom, 215 Mellwood Drive, Greenville 42345, 338- 

5828, 338-3550 
Strain, Richard P., P. O. Box 472, RadclUf 40160, 351-4306, 

624-2214 
Stratton, Robert J., Rt. 6, Shelbyville 40065, 633-3816, 633- 

1612 
Straus, William W., 212 Culpepper Drive, Lexington 

40502, 266-6349. 252-2275 
Strong, Charles, 5417 Danny Boy Lane. LouisviUe 40214 

366-1060 
Studle, Ronald, Rt. 4, Box 165, Smiths Grove 42171, 678- 

5340, 843-1163 
Stuedle, Ray, 1404 Girard Drive, Louisville 40222, 425-3679, 

893-3852 
Sullivan, Dan L., 309 Hazelwood Drive, Covington 41011, 

331-7037, 491-1125 
Sutton, James A., 2111 Sutton Drive, Henderson 42420, 

827-3186, 826-6958 
Sutton, Jim, Rt. 1. East Bernstadt 40729, 843-7428, 864-2241 
Swann, Marvin, D-3 Batewood Homes, Danville 40422, 

236-5193, 625-2225 
Swisher.Eugene H., Jr., 840 Albany Road, Lexington 

40502, 278-3289 
Switzer. W. Bradley, 980 Lily Court, Lexington 40504, 

278-4756. 272-1512 
Swope Tom. 645 S. O'Fallon, BeUevue 41073, 291-0323 
Tarry, W. R. (Bud), Rt.5, Glasgow 42141, 678-2539, 427-2611 
Tarvin, Roger W., 3417 Cintonya Drive, Erianger 41018, 

331-8447, 341-7650 



Taylor, Donald D., 1594 Belmar Drive, Louisville 40213, 

454-0979, 637-6511, Ext. 34 
Taylor, Ed, 4206 Hewitt Avenue, Louisville 40220, 456-5989, 

584-6311 
Taylor, John O., 422 Brookhaven, Box 48, Danville 40422, 

236-3915, 236-3181 
Thacker. Tom, 6049 Kennedy Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45213, 631-4378, 721-2665 
Thomas, Billy, 5 Canterbury Court, Louisville 40214, 361- 

9985, 366-9561, Ext. 448 
Thompson, Beth, 9809 Eneino Court, Louisville 40223, 

425-1368 
Thompson, Robert E., C-4 Box 50, Pikeville 41501, 437-4729 
Thompson, Gerald D., 4200 Cottage HiU Road, Jefferson- 
town 40299, 267-0198, 589-6310 
Thompson, Joe, R. R. 2, Owingsville 40360, 498-0745, 498- 

2660 
Thompson, Ronnie, P.O. Box 60, Zebulon 41501, 432-1942, 

437-6361 
Thompson. Thomas A., 3435 Greentree Road, Lexington 

40502, 272-1025, 564-4860 
Thompson, Thomas D., 97 Carran Drive, Ft. Mitchell 

41017, 341-1809, 341-1809, Ext. 211 
Thomson, Cecil W.. 3310 Lewis Lane, Owensboro 42301, 

684-4962, 684-8881, Ext. 65 
Thornsberry, Larry R., Box 297, Hindman 41822, 368-3591, 

785-3111 
Thornton. Daniel A., 119 Stacker Drive, Clarksville, Ten- 
nessee 37040, 648-2742, 798-2916 
Tindall, Clifford, 721 MacDonald Road, Fairdale 40118, 

361-2953 
Tinsley, Marion F., Box 447, Central City 42330, 754-3608, 

754-4870 
ToUe, Michael R., 10511 Nanka Road, LouisviUe 40272, 

937-1274. 581-5404 
Toon, Linda Carol, 5311 Idlewood Lane, LouisviUe 40291, 

239-6605, 448-3131 
Towler, Stephen W., Route 2, Box 739, Ashland 41101, 

928-9944 324-5161 
Trabue, David, 114 Maplewood Place, Glasgow 42141, 651- 

3436, 781-1312 
Trapp, Charles W., 34 Trapp Court, Alexandria 41001, 

635-9250, 341-2700, Ext. 268 
Troutman, Doyle, Box 304, Harlan 40831, 573-1349, 573-4900 
Trunkfield, Arthur H., 136 Woodland Drive, Somerset 

42501, 679-4656, 679-4361 
Turner, Alfred Douglas, Box 481, Jackson 41339, 666-7215 
Turner, Michael, 104 Bays Court, Jackson 41339, 666-7897, 

666-7775 
Turner, Sophia, Sebastian's Branch, Jackson 41370, 666- 
Turpin, Donald W., 3279 Bowie Drive, Lexington 40502, 272- 

2310, 259-1331 
Turpin, Ronald D.. 1220 Gainesway Drive, Lexington 

40502, 272-3707, 259-1331, Ext. 2575 
Tyler, Kenneth, Arlington 42021, 655-5771 

2527 (Bus.) 
Upchurch, David T., P. O. Box 668, Monticello 42633, 348- 

9492 
Urlage, Richard, 822 Highland Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5513, 874-8820 
Vance, Hunter, Jr., 214 Robin Road, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-3595 842-3595 
Vanover, J.' W., Jackhorn 41825, 855-7049, 633-2168 
Vaughan, Ronald G., Phelps 41553, 456-3464, 456-3432 
Vaughn, Teddy R., 624 Va. Avenue, Pineville 40977, 337- 

6403, 864-5121 
Vaught, Jamie H., Box 182, Science Hill 42553, 423-3216 
Vest. Jewell R.. 667 Emerson, Lexington 40505, 254-2025, 

293-3969 
Vories, Gary W., 2335 Alexandria Pike, Apt. 45B, South- 
gate 41071, 441-0540, 561-4500 
Vories, Kent, 2335 Alexandria Pike Z-A, Southgate 41071, 

781-0913, 561-4500, Ext. 254 
Votaw, Tony R., 219 Southport Drive, Lexington 40503, 

277-5480, 233-2000, Ext. 2564 
Vincent. Dale, 547 Richmond Drive, MadisonviUe 42431, 

821-0375 383-5220 
Vories, Dick, 39E Kimberly, Ft. Thomas 41075, 781-1391, 

371-0070 
Wade, Bill, Rt, 4, BJCC, Morganfield 42437, 389-1061, 389- 

2419 
Wagner, Marvin Rudy, Rt. 1, Box 445, Pikeville 41501, 437- 

4611, 432-3380 
Wagoner, Robert G., Rt. 6, Betty Drive, Paris 40361, 987- 

5535 293-3801 
Walker,' J. Earl, Route 6, Box 15A, BowUng Green 42101, 

842-2760 
Walker. Joe D., 508 East Cedar Street, Franklin 42134, 

586-8457, 586-4451 
Wallace, Bill, Auxier Rt. Box 122, Lebanon Junction 40150, 

737-8310 
Wallace, Curt, 107 Wallace Avenue, Somerset 42501, 679- 

3856, 679-5308 
Wallace, John E., P.O. Box P, Somerset 42501, 679-2954, 

678-5148 
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Walters, Darwin, Box 072 Holiday Apts., Harlan 40831, 

573-6773, 573-1950 
Ward, David C, Route 2, Box 199, Elizabethtown 42701, 

737-7790 
Ward, Larry, 84 Broadway, Cave City 42127, 773-2832 
Ward, Nan K., Murray State University, Murray 42071, 

753-8840, 762-4497 
Ward, Robert L., 2040 Washington Street, Henderson 42420, 

827-3805. 827-3810 
Warfield, Jerry, Rt. 2, Lilac Estates, LeitcMield 42754, 

259-4542, 259-3235 
Washnock, Richard L., 6414 Sugar Tree Drive, Indepen- 
dence 41051, 356-5148 
Watkins, Jim, 2613 Greenup Road, Louisville 40217, 637- 

2465, 969-1331 
Weber, James M., Jr., Route 1, Dover 41034, 882-2945, 258- 

5256 (Lexington) 
Webb, William T., Ken Acres R.R. 4, Shelbyville 40065, 

633-1660, 227-2195 (Frankfort) 
Webster, Norman E., P. O. Box 206, Morgtantown 42261, 

526-3997 526-3342 
Wedding, Tommy, R.R. 4, Morganfield 42437, 387-3806 
Weihe, Robert J., 1897 Princeton Drive, Louisville 40205, 

459-6397, 776-2400 
Weiner, Dick, 1518 Corvallis Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45237, 821-2568, 761-4130, Ext. 226 
Welch, Donald G., 1514 Fisher Avenue, Carrollton 41008, 

732-5575 732-4346 
WeUs, Gleiin, 517 Edgar Court, Erlanger 41018, 341-0481, 

291-8925 
Wells, Robert M., UPO 729, Morehead 40351, 784-1007, 783- 

2149 
Wesley. Loyal Ray, Rt. 1, Box 249C, Science Hill 42553, 

423-3598 
Weyer, James. 42 Scenic View Drive, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-2220. 341-5800 
Whistler, Thomas, 6206 Southside Drive, Louisville 40214, 

361-8686 
Whitaker, Charles, Haddix 41331, 666-5657, 666-7584 
White, William L., R. R. 5, Box 105, Manchester 40962, 

598-5194 598-2194 
Whitehead,' Christopher F., HHC 30th Signal Bn., San 

Francisco. California 96397 
Whitehill, William R., 304 Washington Street, Alexandria 

41001, 635-9608, 635-2191 
Whitley, James R.. 334 N. Miami Street, Trenton, Ohio 

45067, 988-6740, 771-8200 
Whitsell, Jerry, Rt. 1, Slaughters 42456, 884-7385 
Whitt, Mike, Box 24, Red Jacket, W. Va. 25692. 426-8010 
Whobrev, Larry N., Rt. 3, Leitchfield 42754, 879-6120, 259- 

4051 
Wickley. Edward P.. Jr., 745 N. Hite, Apt. 4, Louisville 

40206. 897-9351 
Williams, Brian E, 312 Newsom Avenue, Cynthiana 41031, 

234-6315 
Wilhams, Donald L., Rt. 4, Shelbyville 40065, 633-3846 
Williams, Gary L., Rt. 4, Shelbyville 40065. 633-3846 
Williams, James A., 203 Guthrie, Horse Cave 42749. 786- 

2867, 758-2214 
WilUams, Roger. 404 Bond Street, Richmond 40475, 623- 

3126, 623-2416 
Wilcox, Ursal R., Auxier 41602, 886-3329, 886-2703 
Wiley, Michael J., 10th Street & Stafford Avenue, Palnts- 

ville 41240, 789-4530 
WiUerd, Shirley C, Route 8, Box 15, Murray 42071, 753- 

3043, 762-2388 
Williams, Becky, 6508 Southside Drive, Louisville 40214, 

367-6686 
Williams, Bobby G., Sonora 42776, 369-2272, 862-3924 
Williams, S. Jack, 10 Graham, Frankfort 40601, 223-5078, 

564-4266 
Williamson, David, 211 Orchard Heights, Hazard 41701, 

436-2638, 436-3711 
Williamson, Kenneth, 976 Highland Avenue, Jackson 41339, 

666-7709. 666-7709 
Wilshire, Buddy, Edmonton 42129, 432-5852, 432-4634 
Wilson, George G., Ill, P.O. Box 505, Whitley City 42653, 

375-5276. 376-2232 
Wilson, Jim. 20 Mary's Court, Florence 41042, 283-1996, 

371-6020 
Wilson, Malcolm T., Rt. 1, Box 252 Hines Road. Paducah 

42001, 554-2546, 442-6131, Ext. 26 
Wilson. Paul. Irvington 40146, 547-2522, 547-2971 
Wilson, Rick, 311 Summit Drive, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-5779, 465-8156 
Winchester, Roy L., Bethlehem 40007, 878-4102, 845-2918 
Wingfield, Felix G., 1132 Eastern Parkway, Louisville 

40217, 636-2282, 772-2531 
Winfrey, Shelby, 315 Sharon Drive, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-8392. 465-5502 
Withrow. Roy D., Route 2, Cave City 42127, 773-3575, 

678-2682 
Witt, Philip E., 161 St. Ann Drive, Lexington 40502, 266- 

4355, 255-0835 
Wolfe, Dennis R., 1706 Woodburn Avenue, Covington 

41014, 431-6425, 852-3847 



Wood, Gary Lee, 227 Jackson Street, Georgetown 40324, 
863-4569, 863-4569 

Wood, Harold R., 105 Donna Drive, Hopkinsville 42240, 
886-5845, 886-2433 

WoodaU, Nick E., 149 Lowry Lane, Apt. 1, Wihnore 40390, 
858-4541 

Woods, Larry, CPO 2177, Berea 40403, 986-9412 
Woosley, Donald, 3823 Miami, Louisville 40212, 776-2940 
Wooton, George, 96 S. Rosemont, Providence 42450. 667- 
2932, 667-2613 

Worrell, Leighton E., R.R. 2, Irvine 40336, 723-2747 

Wooton, Danny G., P.O. Box 312, Kirwan Tower, U.K., 
Lexington 40506, 257-1217 

Wright, A. D., R. R. 4, Tenne Vue Estates, Box 384, Padu- 
cah 42001, 898-3505, 443-7331 

Wright, Gary L., Box 302, Hardinsburg 40143, 756-5881, 
756-2140 

Wyatt, Henry S., 315 Springhill Park, Paris 40361, 987- 
6420, 252-5591 

Young, Charles W., 213 N. Maple #8, Wilmore 40390 
Yarbrough, Lynn H.. E-309 Shawneetown Apts., Lexington 
40503, 277-6848, 255-9800 

Yarbrough, Roy D., Jr., Shawneetown E-309, Lexington 
40503, 277-6848 

Yarbrough, Sharon, 673 Mt. Vernon Road, Lexington 

40502, 266-1228 
Yeary, James R., Rt. 1, Box 43, Eubank 42567, 379-2590 

Zimmerman, Ronnie, Rt. 7, Maplewood, Box 32, Somerset 
42501. 679-3338. 679-4361 

Zlamal, Raymond K.. 855 NW 44th Avenue, Miami, Florila 
33126, 445-6436, 324-4455 



Films 

(Continued from Inside Front Cover) 

CRAWL STROKE, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

The basic principles of the stroke are pre- 
sented in this film. The arm stroke, the kick, and 
the breathing are demonstrated. This film also 
includes slow motion shots underwater. 

DIVING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 
After a brief history of the sport of diving, the 
following points are explained and demonstrated: 
the hurdle jump, determining the correct distance, 
proper arm action, correct way of landing on the 
feet, proper takeoff and lift, correct entry into 
the water. The backward dive is also taught, in- 
cluding lift, arching the body, and entry into the 
water. The motion is stopped at various points to 
enable detailed study of form. 

DOLPHIN KICK, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel. $2.00 

An excellent swimmer, an underwater camera 
and carefully devised teaching demonstrations in- 
troduce the new swimming techniques known as 
the dolphin or fishtail kick. Analyzing the body 
movements used in the dolphin kick, the film 
stresses the importance of practice for mastery of 
this efficient speedy kick. 

DROWN PROOFING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (9 min.), col- 
or, $4.50 

Shows how to stay afloat and travel in water 
even if you have never learned to swim. Ninety- 
nine per cent (99%) of all men and about ninety- 
nine point nine per cent (99.9%) of all women can 
remain on the surface in fresh water without 
moving, as can nearly all children. 

I'M NO FOOL IN WATER, p-e-j-a, 1 reel (8 min.), 

color, $3.00 

Jimmy Cricket illustrates the "do's" and 
"don't" of water safety precautions. Points out 
the basic rules: wait at least two hours after eat- 
ing, stay out when water is too cold, never swim 
alone, and dive only when you know the water 
is deep enough. 



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Underwater photography plus animation de- 
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be overcome. You see the employment of arms and 
legs as well as entire body for speed, streamlining 
power. Championship racing starts breathing tech- 
niques, and turns are shown in slow motion. 

SWIM AND LIVE, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $2.00 

Men of the Army Air Force at Miami are 
taught to swim from floating to swimming through 
burning oil. The film is useful for pre-induction 
instruction and for safety classes as well as for 
general programs. 

SWIMMING BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, IVa reels, 

(18 min.), color, $1.00 

The first film ever produced to demonstrate 
the interpretation of the rules of swimming. 
Official procedures for starting, stroke judging, 
turn judging, finish judging and timing are illus- 
trated. Divers in action show numerous faults and 
how much each fault lowers the diver's score. 
(KHSAA). 

SWIMMING AND DIVING TODAY, 16mm, (17 

min.) color 

This film uses slow motion, stop action and 
instant replay techniques to clarify rule interpre- 
tations and officials' procedures for inter-scholas- 
tic swimming. The specifics are — Backstroke, 
Breaststroke, Butterfly, Official Mechanics; 
Among Dives Considered, and Lap Counting. 

Wrestling 

JIU JITSU, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (13 min.), $1.00 

Demonstrates the effective, dangerous Jiu 



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WRESTLING BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels 

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Devoted to rules interpretations and officiat- 
ing procedures. A visual approach to the written 
rules is shown in sixty scenes. Guidelines for 
officiating such areas as takedowns, reversals, 
stalling, technical violations and illegal holds are 
presented. (KHSAA) 

WRESTLING OFFICIATING ILLUSTRATED, 

j-s-c-a, 2 reels, color, $1.00 

Interpretations given in Wrestling Officiating 
Illustrated have been made by the National Fed- 
eration members of the Joint Rules Committee. 
The film covers takedowns, reversals, escapes, 
leaving the mat, stalling, scoring and illegal holds 
such as body slam, bar arm, full nelson and chick- 
en wing. Guidelines for officiating and inter- 
preting the rules are provided. In all there are 
sixty separate scenes of wrestling. This film will 
provide the much needed guidance and proper 
interpretations for interscholastic competition. 

WRESTLING TODAY, 16mm, (17 min.), color 

This film displays the starting position on the 
mat, for the defensive and offensive man and also 
the referee's position. Also when control is gained, 
takedown, when control is lost or the escape, when 
control change is reversed. The near fall and pin- 
ning situations from a takedown standpoint, stall- 
ing tactics in neutral positions. 

This is a brief s.ynopsis of the pertinent areas 
of the rules code illustrated in this color film. The 
movie was produced by the National Federation 
of State High School Associations. 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: B. Knight, B. Barnett. C. Dibble, S. Porter, D. Shelton, C. Suiter, 
W. Furgerson, J. Baker. E. Alexander. Second Row: Coach J. Hina. K. Tabers. T. Boone, B. Ter- 
hune, K. Crogan, J. Wilheringlon. K. Skinner. D. McCuiston. T. Thtumond. R. Hibbard. Third 
Row: K. Adams. T. Harrison, P. Robertson, B. McDougal, P. McMillan, B. Smith, M. Cavitt, T. 
Lane, G. Thompson. Fourth Row: Coach T. Turner, G. Vaughn. M. Peebles. B. Hatcher, P. Zach- 
eretti, D. Cathey, B. Wells, L. Hudspeth, E. Rollins, D. Foster. B. Warner, D. Richerson. G. Gar- 
field, Coach J. Harrell. Fifth Row: Coach B. Toon. R. Rickman. T. Garland, D. Kennedy, K. 
Shahan, J. Oakley, R. Orr, A. Ryan, M. Vinson, D. Winchester, R. Richardson, K. Thompson, 
L. Watkins, J. Runyon, Coach M. Brady. 



Murray 25 — Reidland 6 
Murray 18 — Heath 
Murray S — Mayfield 22 
Murray 43 — Fulton 7 
Murray 6 — Caldwell Co. 



Murray 35 — Trigg Co. 6 
Murray 26 — Marshall Co. 6 
Murray 20 — Hopkinsville 7 
Murray 22 — Russellville 14 
Murray 30 — Ft. Campbell 7 

Playoffs 
Murray 28 — Glasgow 
Murray 19 — Paris 8 
Murray 14 — Beechwood 




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ley, Dooley Southern, Wilford, Trosper, Irvine. Second Row: Woolen, Hubick, Hamblin, Harris, Gordon, Bisceglia. 
Nagle, R. Bowling, Walker, Blackand, Simpson, Peace, Johnson, Hurt. Third Row: Latiff, Riggs, J. Bowling, Taylor, 
Roark, Buell, P. Smith, Powell, Welch, J. Evans, Shaw, Zimmerman, Berry. 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: J. Tucker, D. McKnighl, D. 
man, S. Brown, T. Gastineau, G. Roberts, S. Arens, R. Hill 
ters, D. Merryman, D. McCarty, L. Travis, D. Waltermir 
S. Bates, D. Guin. Third Row: H. Thomas, E. Martian 
son, K. Stevenson, M. Rhorer, G. Lindsey, R. Spoch, C. A 
lis, J. Graham, J. McHatton, P. Martin, A. Stewart, D. Pa 
oghan, D. Gould. Fifth Row: L. Schoenbaechler, T. Clark, G 
R. Wells, P Deveneux, G. Wise, M. Trimble, K. Brock, D. L 
L. Ackiss, B. Turner, M. Owens, N. Shown, J. Howlett, J. C 




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, C. Leach, T. Rawlings, S. Jefferson. Second Row: S. Cen- 

N. I>:icholson, J. Litsey, L. Leach, A. Scanlon, C. Miller, 

R. Buiius, D. Kyle, D. Steele, N. Picklesimer, T. Jeffer- 
Uen. Fourth Row: D. Joseph, M. Hogus, S. Wheeler, D. Bel- 
rrish, R. Caudill, G. Long, R. Spencer, R. Thomas, P. Ge- 

Blankenship, G. Smith, P. Prosser, T. Prosser, J. Gardner, 
owe, B. Petty. Sixth Row: V. Jackson, S. Tuska, B. Ingram, 
hism, R. Home, R. Murphy. 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. M. Wilson, Mgr. S. Mize, R. Barnes, J. Peters, T. Sharpe, R. Price, W. Randall, 
R. Bailiff, A. Brooks, D. Wright, D. Withers, R. Lucas, C. Tale, P. Logsdon, S. Robinson, M. Sheehap, Mgr. D. Bar- 
rett. Second Row: T. Flynn, M. Stigall, D. Brown, H. Norman, S. Jamison, R. Vanhook, T. Adkins, B. Withers, P. 
Harris, J. Bryant, G. Conley, G. Reynolds, M. Messamore, D. Smith, J. Sharpe, D. Floyd, G. Wilson, T. Adams. Third 
Row: Mgr. D. Cojiley, Mgr. D. Hall, N. Tanamachi, T. Sears, S. Bogle, G. Smith, W. Boone, J. Roberts, J. Dungan, E. 
Klepper, J. Lucas, J. Upchurch, B. Prather, J. Day, J. Grissom, R. Sheehan, H. Lamkin, M. Duncan. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVII 



DECEMBER, 1974 



$1.00 Per Year 



Attention! 

Principals and Officials 

Baskelball Film and Lecture on 

Educational Television 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Associa- 
tion in a joint effort with the Kentucky Educa- 
tional Television (KET) will present an hour-long 
special on basketball officiating on Monday, Jan- 
uary 13, at 9:00 P.M. (EST). 

KET will present a 27-minute film, "Basket- 
ball Today," followed by a live phone-in. The 
K.H.S.A.A. is using this special to increase the 
knowledge of spectators as well as players, 
coaches and officials on the rules of the game. 

A panel of experts, including Billy Wise, As- 
sistant Commissioner of the Association; Bobby 
Flynn, clinic director for basketball officials and 
Mrs. Patsy Nielsen, teacher and basketball offic- 
ial, will answer questions from viewers during 
the last 30 minutes of the program. 

A more detailed analysis of the program, the 
panel, and how viewers can call KET to have 
their questions answered will be distributed soon 
to the news media, as well as individual letters 
to coaches and referees. 

The KET network includes: WKMA, Madison- 
ville, Ch. 35; WKMR, Morehead, Ch. 38; WKMU, 
Murray-Mayfield, Ch. 21; WKON, Owenton, Ch. 
52; WKPI. Pikeville, Ch. 22; WKSO, Somerset, 
Ch. 29; WKAS, Ashland, Ch. 25; WKGB, Bowling 
Green, Ch. 53; V.^CVN, Covington, Ch. 54; WKZT, 
Elizabethtown, Ch. 23; WKHA, Hazard, Ch. 35 
WKLE, Lexington-Richmond, Ch. 46; WKMJ 
Louisville, Ch. 68; Owensboro Translator, Ch. 73 
Whitesburg Translator, Ch. 73; Pineville Trans- 
lator, Ch. 8; Barbourville Translator, Ch. 12; Cow- 
an Creek-Eolia Translator, Ch. 12; Louisa Transla- 
tor, Ch. 10. 



Attention Track Coaches! 

You have been sent a copy of the Track and 
Field Rules for boys. Changes authorized by the 
Track and Field Rules Committee are noted on 
the inside front cover. The revisions in the body 
of the rules are identified by a screened back- 
ground. This same procedure is followed in other 
National Federation publications and is generally 
accepted. There are in excess of a dozen rules 
changes but the majority of them are for the pur- 
pose of clarification and do not constitute major 
revisions. 

The scoring table on page 24 is new. It was 
developed in order to eliminate some of the mis- 
understandings concerning the number of places 
to score based upon the number of teams compet- 
ing in a given meet. It is specifically called to 
your attention because there is a typographical 
error under individual scoring for two teams. This 
error was discovered too late to make a correction 
in the copy. For two teams competing individual 
scoring should read 5-3-1. We hope you will have 
an opportunity to advise all competing schools 
and officials of this minor error. 



Attention, Principals and Superintendents 

The forms to be used for ordering tickets to 
the State Basketball Tournaments will be mailed 
in December. Instead of trying to get the order 
postmarked January 2, as indicated on the Mem- 
orandum Calendar, you may send anytime 
through January 15 without loss of priority. The 
Board of Control has set up a seating rotation 
plan to be used from one year to another for dis- 
tributing the tickets calling for seats in the arena. 
Also, this will give you additional time to prepare 
the order. ' 



1974 Certified 

Cline, Jack D. 
Cummings, Norman A, 
Easley, Dan 
Givens, C. Michael 
Ingraham, Gary J. 

1974 Approved 

Bryant, Stephen 
Carman, John 
Hardy, Thomas W. 
Hubbard, Edward O. 
Johnson, Arthur E. 
Owens, Lewis F. 



Wrestling Officials 

Lineberry, Mark D. 
Mann, Larry 
Terry, Bobby S. 
Warren, Lawrence A. 
Weenolsen, Robert O. 

Wrestling Officials 

Todd, Timothy D. 
Smith, Joseph A. 
Sundberg, Daniel L. 
Thompson, Larry E. 
Washington, Eugene 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled November 22, 1974) 

If the telephone number is give^i for an official, it is 
th3 home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 
Buchanan, John W., 509 Carrigan Drive, Danville 40422, 

236-8896, 734-9552 
Cline, Jack D., 188 Roan Road, Versailles 40383, 873-5045, 

625-2500 
Davenport, David, 223 Capt. Frank, New Albany, Indiana 

47150, 945-4308. 945-0297 inuwna 

Davis. Jimmie F., 38 Marble Avenue, Rt. 7, Elizabethtovra 

42701. 737-6920, 862-3924 
Fraker, R. Lynn, Jr., P. O. Box U406 College Hgts Sta., 

Bowling Green 42101. 748-5558, 745-5152 
Hardy, Thomas W, Box 598, Old State Road #3, Alexan- 
dria 41001, 635-9001, 397-4736 
Hawkins, Walter L., P. O. Box 51, Hopkinsville 42240, 885- 

1369, 885-8144 
Hubbard, Edward O., 1805 Elmwood Drive Clarksville 

Indiana 47130, 944-6082, 944-2224 
Ingraham. Gary J., 9706 Lanesboro Way, Louisville 40222, 

425-5125, 987-2815 
Kearns, Darien, 781 Scherry Court, Independence 41051. 

353-5109 
Kurtz, Paul J., Jr., 326 Grosvenor Avenue #7, Lexington 

40508, 252-8779, 258-2623 
Lineberry, Mark D., 5111 Nancy Avenue, Louisville 40216, 

447-5025, 582--2211, Ext. 261 
Lynch. Charles, 203 Graham Avenue, Radcliif 40160, 351- 

4303, 351-3167 
McElwaine, Bro, Michael. Box 1268, St. Mary H S., Pa- 

ducah 42001, 442-3251, 442-1681 
Scholtz, Randolph, 301 Highland Court, Danville 40422, 

236-7186 
Smith, Joseph A., Village Green Apt. #H-8, Bowling 

Green 42101, 781-5570 
Sundberg, Dan, 9011 Brandywine, Louisville 40291, 239- 

1752 895-9481 
Sweat, Michael F., Rt. 4, Elizabethtown 42701, 737-7448, 

862-3924 
Terry, Bob, 128 Blue Ridge Road, Anchorage 40223, 245- 

0006, 245-4101 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1974 



DECEMBER, 1974 



VOL. xxxvn— No. 5 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office of Publication, SEO E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

AssUtant EdUor — TOM MILLS 

AssUtant Editor . LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President W. P. WHEELER (1971-1975), Owensboro 

Vice-President LOUIE MARTIN (1972-1976), Corbin 

Directors Eldon E. Davidson (1974-1977), Monticello; 

Andrew J. Fultz (19721976), Olive HiU; Arthur R. Hawkins 
(1972-1976), Mt. Sterling; Cecil Heid (1974-1977), Symsonia; 
George E. Sauer, Jr., (1974-1978), Louisville; Frank B. 
Simpson (1972-1976), Louisville; Ray Story (1974-1978), 
Radcliff; Fairce O. Woods (1974-1975), Flemingsburg; 
Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education representative. 
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REPORTS PAST DUE 

1. School's Report on Football Officials 

2. Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



Delegate Assembly Members 

Members of the Delegate Assembly at the 
forthcoming 1975 annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion were elected by the principals of K.H.S.A.A. 
member schools on ballots returned to the State 
Office before November 15. There were several 
ties in the voting for delegate and alternate. These 
ties were broken recently, with the delegates and 
alternates determined by lot. Article IV, Section 
2-b, of the Constitution states in the last sentence 
"If the duly elected delegate or alternate does not 
answer the roll call at the annual meeting of the 
Delegate Assembly, the district shall remain not 
represented." The names of the district represen- 
tatives are as follows: 

Delegates 

(1) Hurley R. Mathis, (2) Larry Hopper, (3) 
Jimmy Wiggins, (4) Eli Alexander, (5) Arnold S. 
Oaken, (6) Thomas W. Johnson, (7) William H. 
Dunning, (8) Bill R. Perry, (9) Charles R. Sum- 
mers, (10) James Stewart, (11) Denzel Mefford, 
(12) Bruce Stewart, (13) John W. McCarley, (14) 
Henry E. Resch, (15) James C. Coomer, (16) Je- 
rome Taylor, (17) Vernon Wilson, (18) Carl Deat- 
on, (19) Jude Talbott, (20) Charles Crowley, (21) 
Earl Mullins, (22) John J. Moll, (23) Charles R. 
Summers (24) Stanley K. Whitaker, (25) Byron H. 
Bell, (26) Cletus Hubbs, (27) Howard K. Hardin, 
(28) Irvin K. Rice, (29) Stanley Goldsmith, (30) 
J. W. Roberts, (31) David Points, (32) John Crig- 
ler, (33) Bill Code, (34) Jim Bishop, (35) Frank 
Bruns, (36) Ken Shields, (37) Bill Case, (38) Carl 
Coldiron, (39) John H. Branson, (40) Richard 
Hughes, (41) Ken Tippett, (42) James E. Gash, 
(43) Jock Sutherland, (44) Raymond Ross, (45) 
Johnnie Ray Laswell, (46) Shannon Hatter, (47) 
Eldon E. Davidson, (48) Phillip R. Baker, (49) 
Larry Gritton, (50) Charles D. Black, (51) James 
A. Pursifull, (52) Earl Rogers, (53) Roy T. Reasor, 
(54) John QuiUen, (55) R. B. Singleton, (56) John 
M. Ridgway, (57) Jack AUen, (58) James F. Fran- 
cis, (59) Larry M. Burke, (60) Frank T. Welch, 
(61) Lucian G. Rudd, (62) Roy F. Murphy, (63) 
Glenn A. Riedel, (64) Ray L. McCann. 



Alternates 

(1) Roy Logan, (2) Albert Norris, (3) W. W. 
Chumbler, (4) Bobby G. Miller, (5) Charles T. El- 
der, (6) Richard Vincent, (7) A. O. Richards, (8) 
Barney Thweatt, (9) Rev. Gerald Calhoun, (10) 
Perry HiU, (11) Eugene Pardue, (12) Bowman Dav- 
enport, (13) Howard Gorrell, (14) David C^rowe, 
(15) Gene Johnson, (16) Perry C. Hay (17) Rob- 
ert B. Burrow, (18) Robert S. Pickett, (19) Virgil 
Chambers, (20) Edward L. Cox, (21) Eugene 
Schreiner, (22) Claude Purvis, (23) Denzil J. Ram- 
sey, (24) Rev. Thomas M. Batsis, (25) James A. 
Smith. (26) Eugene Minton (27) William T. Klap- 
heke, (28) George E. Morrison, (29) George E. Val- 
entine, (30) Dalton Oak, (31) Donn Marston, (32) 
Carl R. Wenderoth, (33) Joe Stark, (34) Kenneth 
Gross, (35) Bill Young, (36) Bob Miller, (37) Ernest 
M. Trosper, (38) Joe Mahan, (39) Elza Whalen, 
(40) Bill Schott, (41) Robert W. Hoagland, (42) 
Charles Kolasa, (43) William A. Farnau, (44) 
James R. Fleenor, (45) Wade Upchurch, (46) Jack 
Portwood, (47) Dorman E. Strunk, (48) CoUas L. 
Simpson, (49) Robert C. Halcomb, (50) Clay Har- 
mon, (51) Ernest Slusher, (52) E. R. Gray, (53) 
Larry D. Kincer. (54) James W. Fields, (55) Wil- 
liam A. Toler, (56) Ernie Huff, (57) John Turner, 
(58) Denzil Halbert, (59) Fleetwood Johnson, (60) 
James V. Powell, (61) Johnny Johnston, (62) Dav- 
id M. Tabor, (63) Charles P. Holsinger, (64) Clyde 
Stewart. 

Officials' Ratings on 
Sportsmanship — Baseball 1974 

(Continued from Nov. ATHLETE) 

The following sportsmanship ratings were received on 
K.H.S.A.A. member schools from registered baseball offi- 
cials for the 1973-74 season. The numbers following each 
name represent respectively the number of Excellent, 
Good. Fair and Poor ratings. 

SCHOOL COACH CROWD TEAM 

EGFP EGFP EGFP 

Silver Grove 6411 8301 8301 

Simon Kenton 9331 6253 8440 

Somerset 31 8 24 15 29 10 

South Hopkins 22 6 3 1 26 4 1 22 7 1 1 

South Marshall 18 1 16 2 1 18 1 

Southern 17 12 1 19 11 21 9 

Stanford 7500 8400 8400 

Ftusrt 25 10 1 24 11 1 25 10 1 

Tates Creek 31 6 3 23 12 3 2 28 9 2 1 

Tavlor Countv 20 300 30 300 30 210 

TavlorsviUe " 17 6 1 19 5 17 5 2 

Thom?s Jefferson 21 14 1 20 16 17 17 2 
Todd County 

Central " 20 7 2 1 21 8 1 22 5 2 1 

Tollesboro 18 200 17 300 18 200 

Tomokinsville 27 200 26 300 26 210 

Tries County 5012 6200 6020 

Trimble County 12 7 3 1 15 7 1 12 9 2 

Trinitv (Lou) 17 16 7 23 3 14 17 1 1 
Trmitv 

(Whitesville) 17 5 1 16 4 3 16 7 

Union County 17 11 17 7 4 16 12 
University 

Breckinridge 16 13 1 1 17 13 1 1 12 17 1 1 

Valiev 20 14 n 8 22 19 1 25 14 1 2 

Virgie 22 4 8 12 5 1 20 3 1 2 

Waggener 9222 10 500 8520 

iVrltMi-Verona 18 600 18 600 17 610 

Warren Central 41 600 41 600 43 400 

Wan en East 39 4 1 37 5 2 37 5 1 

Washington Co. 10 10 11 9 11 9 

Wavne County 3100 3001 3010 

Webster County 13 401 14 301 9441 

West Carter 17 712 20 520 14 940 

West Hardin 18 1 2 16 3 2 19 1 1 

West Hopkins 21 5 1 15 9 2 1 11 12 2 2 
Western 

(Louisville) 14 8 3 17 8 13 10 2 

WestDort 16 9 1 12 11 2 1 15 8 2 1 

Wheelwright 9422 8630 10 430 

Whitesburg 17 3 1 13 4 3 15 2 3 1 

Whitley Countv 17 2 17 1 1 17 2 

Williamstown 12 2 1 11 3 1 10 3 2 

Wingo 26 7 1 14 9 8 3 16 16 1 1 

Wolfe Countv 12 300 10 500 11 310 

Woodford County 17 3 1 11 10 16 5 



J 



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Page Three 



1974 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 



CLASS A 



REGION I 

*District 1 — Murray 


- 28 


♦Murray 


-19 


Murray - 14 






-0 




District 2 — Glasgow 


Paris 


- 8 




REGION II 


- 12 




*District 1 — Bardstown 


NOVEMBER 29, 1974 

EASTERN 
KENTUCKY 
UNIVERSITY 

RICHMOND, KY. 
11:30 A.M. 

Beechwood - 






- 14 




District 2 — Paris 


♦Beechwood 


- 34 






- 56 


Murray 


REGION III 

♦District 1 — Beechwood 


State Champions 
Class A 




- 14 




District 2 — Lewis County 


Lynch 


- 






- 16 




REGION IV 

♦District 1 — Lynch 








- 




District 2 — Elkhorn City 









CLASS AA 



REGION I 

District 1 — Mayfield 



- 13 





- 28 

- 28 


Owensboro 


- 32 


Owensboro - 14 




♦District 2 — Owensboro 
REGION II 


♦Somerset 


- 




District 1 — North Hardin 


NOVEMBER 29, 1974 

EASTERN 
KENTUCKY 
UNIVERSITY 

RICHMOND, KY. 
1:30 P.M. 

Middlesboro - 7 






- 33 




♦District 2 — Somerset 


Henry Clay 


- 




REGION III 

♦District 1 — Newport Catholic 


- 12 


Owensboro 


State Champions 
Class AA 




- 40 


District 2 — Henry Clay 


♦Middlesboro 


- 14 






- 28 




REGION IV 

District 1 — Middlesboro 








- 14 




♦District 2 — Boyd County 









CLASS AAA 



REGION I 

District 1 — Trinity 


- 




St. Xavier - 48 






- 3 




♦District 2 — St. Xavier 


Valley 


NOVEMBER 29, 1974 

8:00 P.M. 

KENTUCKY FAIR 




REGION II 

District 1 — Valley 


- 27 


St. Xavier 




- 6 


- 21 


CENTER 
LOUISVILLE, KY. 

Westport - 14 


♦District 2 — Jeffersontown 


♦Westport 


- 27 


State Chamipons 




- 


Class AAA 


District 3 — Stuart 








- 10 




♦District 4 — Westport 











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1974-75 K.H.S.A.A. MEMBERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS 
AND REGIONS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 





REGION 1 












Boys' 


Girls- 


School 


Address 


Principal 


Coach 


Coach 


D. 1 Carlisle County 


Bardwell 42023 


Burley Mathis 


Jimmy Henley 


Bob Petrie 


Fulton 


Fulton 42041 


Barkley Jones 


Gwin Wood 


Edd Goodman 


Fulton County 


Hickman 42050 


Roy Logan 


Jim Whitby 


Jim Whitby 


Hickman County 


Clinton 42031 


James H. Phillips 


Dale Ray 


Mrs. Dale Ray 


D. 2 Ballard Memorial 


Barlow 42024 


Chester Anderson 


Tom Buchanan 


Shirley Litty 


Heath 


W. Paducah 42086 


Joseph K. Estes 


Frank Wright 


Bobby Noles 


Lone Oak 


Paducah 42001 


Bernie Behrendt 


Albert Norris 


Griffith 


Paducah Tilghman 


Paducah 42001 


Joe Dallas 


Berny Miller 




Reidland 


Paducah 42001 


Ben Sydboten 


Robert Vannerson 


Clyde Stovall 


St. Mary 


Paducah 42001 


Sr. Mary Knopf 


Dennis Gourley 


Jenny Holt 


D. 3 Cuba 


Mayfield 42066 


W. W. Chumbler 


Louis Sims 


Louis Sims 


Fancy Farm 


Fancy Farm 42039 


Donald Jones 


Kenny Hamlet 




Farmington 


Farmington 42040 


C. W. Jones 


Joe Mikez 




Lowes 


Lowes 42061 


Charles Hamlin 


James Long 




Mayfield 


Mayfield 42066 


Ralph Colby 


iBob Sparks 




Sedalia 


Sedalia 42079 


Jimmy Wiggins 


Ken Wray 




Symsonia 


Symsonia 42082 


Cecil Reid 


Donald Butler 




Wingo 


Wingo 42088 


James A. Baker 


Wayne Wadlington 


Wayne Wadlington 


D. 4 Calloway County 


Murray 42071 


Ron McAlister 


David King 


David Lanier 


Marshall County 


Benton 42025 


Bobby G. Miller 


Charlie Lampley 


Donnie Cothran 


Murray 


Murray 42071 


Eli Alexander 


Bobby Toon 


Jane Fitch 




REGION 2 






D. 5 Caldwell County 


Princeton 42445 


Charles Elder 


Harry Byrd 




Crittenden County 


Marion 42064 


A. Y. Hodge, Jr. 


Jack Keeney 


Cindy Almendinger 


Livingston Central 


Burna 42028 


Kenneth T. Hardin 


Don Ringstaff 


Joyce Allen 


Lyon County 


Eddyville 42038 


Buddy L. Nichols 


Tames Ringstaff 




Trigg County 


Cadiz 42211 


Arnold S. Oaken 


Tim Wallace 


Brenda Thomasson 


D. 6 Henderson 


Henderson 42420 


William H. Womack Marshall Mason 


Cynthia Chreste 


Henderson County 


Henderson 42420 


H. R. Crittenden 


Tom Cummings 


Tempe O'Nan 


Providence 


Providence 42450 


Thomas W. Johnson 


Willis B. Simpson 




Union County 


Morganfield 42437 


Richard Vincent 


Ernon Simpson 


Diane Thomas 


Webster County 


Dixon 42409 


Hugh E. Sellers 


Harlan Peden 


Pat Ford 


D. 7 Dawson Springs 


Dawson Springs 42408 Paul B. Stevens 


Norman Manasco 


Joyce Hall 


Earlington 


Earlington 42410 


Lige Shadowen 


Bob McCord 


Linda Helm 


Madisonville 










Christian 


Madisonville 42431 


William Pierce 


Roger MuUins 




Madisonville- 










North Hopkins 


Madisonville 42431 


Floyd Brown 


Don Parson 


John Armstrong 


South Hopkins 


Nortonville 42442 


William Dunning 


Lanny R. Woodward Shirley Beshears 


^5p■est Hopkins 


Nebo 42441 


A. O. Richards 


Gary Morgan 


Douglas Harris 


D. 8 Christian County 


Hopkinsville 42240 


Barney Thweatt 


Bob Hoggard 


Bob Pardue 


Fort Campbell 


Fort Campbell 42223 


Bill R. Perry 


Roy Medlock 


Bernie Matta 


Hopkinsville 


Hopkinsville 42240 


Roy A. Weatherly 


Carl Yahnig 


Johnny Pyle 


Todd County Central 


Elkton 42220 


Andrew Renick 


Fred Harper 






REGION 3 






D. 9 Apollo 


Owensboro 42301 


Frank A. List 


Wayne Chapman 


Martha Bastin 


Daviess County 


Owensboro 42301 


W. P. Wheeler 


Randy Embry 




McLean County 


Calhoun 42327 


Charles R. Summers 


Edgar Watson 


Valerie Dando 


Mt. St. Joseph 


Maple Mount 42356 


Sr. Laura Abell 




Gail VandeVelde 


Owensboro 


Owensboro 42301 


Bill VanWinkle 


Robert Watson 


Ruth Fowler 


Owensboro Catholic 


Owensboro 42301 


Rev. Gerald Calhoun Bruce Embry 


Judy Lennon 


D. 10 Bremen 


Bremen 42325 


Ken Arbuckle 


Mike Fawcett 


Tom Bibb 


Central City 


Central City 42330 


Jack L. Day 


Bill Loney 


Jerry Young 


Drakesboro 


Drakesboro 42337 


James L. Stewart 


Robie Harper 


Phyllis Everly 


Graham 


Graham 42345 


Carl Sparks 


Taylor Sparks 


Susan Ripp 


Greenville 


Greenville 42345 


J. R. Whitehead 


Bob Burres 


Joanna Fox 


Hughes-Kirk 


Beechmont 42323 


Charles Eades 


James B. Milam 


Rebakah Oakley 


Muhlenberg Central 


Powderiy 42367 


Perry F. Hill 


Wendell Brown 


Debbie Woolfolk 


D. 11 Breckinridge County 


Harned 40144 


Frank Pendergraph 


Woody Neal 


Ara Davis 


Frederick Fraize 


Cloverport 40111 


Eugene Pardue 


Ed Belcher 


Damon Akridge 


Hancock County 


Lewisport 42351 


Clifton Banks 


Denzel Mefford 


Brenda Poynter 


St. Romuald 


Hardinsburg 40143 


Sr. M. A. Matthews 


Dean Hobbs 




Trinity 


Whitesville 42378 


James A. Hurm 


Bobby Embry 




D. 12 Butler County 


Morgantown 42261 


barrel C. Hampton 


Robert Slone 




FordsviUe 


FordsviUe 42343 


D. B. Stewan 


Pat Jenkins 


Donna SuUo 


Grayson County 


Leitchfield 42754 


Kenneth W. Ray 


Bowman Davenport 




Ohio County 


Hartford 42347 


S. C. Forsythe, Jr. 


Cecil Goff 


Janet Magan 



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Page Five 



REGION 4 



School 
D. 13 



D. 14 



D. 15 



D. 16 



D. 17 



D. 18 



D. 19 



D. 20 



D. 21 

D. 22 

D. 23 
D. 24 



D. 25 



Adairville 
Auburn 

Chandler's Chapel 
Lewisburg 
Olmstead 
Russellville 
Bowling Green 
Franklin-Simpson 
Warren Central 
Warren East 
Allen County 
Barren County 
Edmonson County 
Glasgow 
Clinton County 
Cumberland County 
Gamaliel 
Metcalfe County 
Tompkinsville 



East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 
Caverna 
Green County 
Han County 
LaRue County 
Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington County 
Adair County 
Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



Central 

Portland Christian 

Shawnee 

Angela Merici 

Bishop David 

Butler 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Western 

Beth Haven Christian 

Doss 

Fairdale 

Holy Rosary 

Stuart 

Valley 

DeSales 

Iroquois 

Southern 

Thomas Jefferson 



Ahrens Voc. Tech. 
duPont Manual 
Kentucky School for 

the Blind 
Louisville Collegiate 
Male 

Mercy Academy 
Presentation Academy 
St. Xavier 



Address 

Adairville 42202 
Auburn 42206 
Auburn 42206 
Lewisburg 42256 
Olmstead 42265 
Russellville 42276 
Bowling Green 42101 
Franklin 42134 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Scottsville 42164 
Glasgow 42141 
Brownsville 42210 
Glasgow 42141 
Albany 42602 
Burkesville 42717 
Gamaliel 42140 
Edmonton 42129 
Tompkinsville 42167 



Principal 

Jesse L. Richards 
Howard Gorrell 
Morris Shelton 
Bill McKinney 
John W. McCarley 

Denval P. Barriger 
Ken Metcalf 
Henry E. Resch 
Joe H. Watkins 
Bennie J. Keen 
James C. Coomer 
Johnny Vincent 
Charles B. Honeycutt 
Perry C. Hay 
David R. Sharp 
lames Graves 
Howard B. Keel 
Randall Grider 



Boys' 
Coach 

Bill Davis 
Gerald Sinclair 
James R. Thompson 
Bob Birdwhistell 
Gary Shelton 
Mickey Meguiar 
Don Webb 
Frank Cardwell 
Grover Canty 
Dallas Embry 
Jim Marion 
Glen Flanders 
David Denton 
Lowell Hammers 
Jim DeForrest 
Terry Davis 
Billy Murphy 
Russell VanZant 
Tony Gumm 



REGION 5 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Fort Knox 40121 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radcliff 40160 
Stephensburg 42781 
Horse Cave 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgenville 42748 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 
Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 42718 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



Bill Reynolds 
Charles M. Rawlings 
Robert B. Burrow 
Vernon K. Wilson 
Ray Story 
Dane Hicks 
Carl Collins 
Forest Kelly 
Lorenza D. Davis 
Cortland K. Cox 
Jude Talbott 
Albert T. Johnson 
T. G. Florence 
Virgil Chambers 
Al Sullivan 
R. Brooks Bates 
Charles Crawley 
Edward L. Cox 



Don Morris 
Ray Vencill, Jr. 
Joe Smith 
David Jenkins 
Wally Johnson 
Pat Tully 
Forrest Wise 
Carl Deaton 
Johnny Russell 
Pat Miller 
Garnis Martin 
J. Bruce Blair 
Ernest Ruby 
George Abernathy 
George Critz 
Jerry Parker 
Bobby Hiles 
Fred Waddle 



REGION 6 



Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Pleasure Ridge Park 
Louisville 40216 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Fairdale 40118 
Louisville 40214 
Valley Station 40272 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40215 
Louisville 40219 
Louisville 40219 



Joseph McPherson 
Earl Mullins, Sr. 
John R. Whiting 
Sr. L. Willenbrink 
John T. Moll 
H. L. Hatfield 
Claude Purvis 
John D. Brown 
R. S. Hatcher 
J. S. Pittenger 
Charles R. Summers 
Sr. Ann F. Leonard 
Denzil J. Ramsey 
Walter J. Pickett 
Rev. Thomas Batsis 
Edwin K. Binford 
Irvin Brooks 
Stan Whitaker 



Louisville 40202 
Louisville 40208 



Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 



40206 
40204 
40218 
40204 
40203 
40217 



REGION 7 

Byron H. Bell 
George Sauer 

Will D. Evans 
Nancy E. Kussrow 
James B. Smith 
Sr. Mary Prisca 
Sr. Jean Vessels 
Bro. John Wills 



Robert Graves 
Eugene Schreiner 
James Gordon 

Tim Hyland 
Lonnie Willoughby 
Gary Schaffer 
Carl McMichael 

Leon Mudd 
Forest Able 

Gary Sundmacker 
Glenn Collie 
Lucian Raque 
Alvin Pfeffer 
Joseph Burks 
Maurice Payne 



Fred Holden 
Denny Doutaz 



Wade Houston 



Martin Donlon 



Girls' 
Coach 

Bill Davis 
Gerald Sinclair 
James T. Fisher 
Bob Birdwhistell 
Gary Shelton 

Clarence Thomas 
Nancy Patton 
Vanous Lloyd 

Sandra Williams 

Gerald Meredith 
Suzanne Britt 
Lois Haddix 
Joe Hood 
Jerome Taylor 
Gary Richardson 
Janice Walden 



Kenneth Rucker 
Robert Shearer 

Denise Mudd 
Marlene Lamm 
Judy Nash 
Eddie Claycomb 
Claude Sharpe 

Chris Matzo 

Valerie Spellman 
Peggy Horton 
Joan Terry 
Reva Jane Sapp 
Carol Gossage 
Beverly Roby 
Linda Ellis 



Kyra Anglin 

Natashaa Jones 
Betty Dwyer 

Teresa Hall 
Corinne Mastey 
Madelene Naegele 

Debbi Riggle 
Betty Thornberry 
Patty Lieber 
Marilyn Wahl 
Marsha Sterchi 

Carla Coffey 
Jane Perrow 
Judy Duffy 



Billie Logsdon 



Nanette Mershon 
Vivian Dunlevy 



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School 
D. 26 



D. 27 



D. 28 



D. 29 



D. 30 



D. 31 



D. 32 



Atheiton 

Ky. Country Day 

Sacred Heart 

Seneca 

Trinity 

Durtett 

Fern Creek 

Jeffersontown 

Moore 

Assumption 

Ballard 

Eastern 

Waggener 

Westport 



Anderson County 
Bullitt Central 
Taylorsville 
Western Anderson 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 
Siielbyville 
Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldiiam County 
Trimble County 
Georgetown 
Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Addiess 

Louisville 40205 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40220 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40213 
Fern Creek 40291 
Jefferstown 40299 
Louisville 40228 
Louisville 40218 
Louisville 40222 
Middletown 40243 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40222 



Principal 

Cletus Hubbs 
John Gernert 
James P. Clark 
Thomas McCarthy 
Rev. Thomas Duerr 
Johnnie P. Lee 
J. V. Reschar, Sr. 
Howard K. Hardin 
\V. T. Klapheke 
Sr. Teresa Marie 
Patrick L. Crawford 
George E. Morrison 
Arthur K. Draut 
Irvin K. Rice 

REGION 8 



Lawrenceburg 40342 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Taylorsville 40071 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
Shelbyville 40065 
Shelbyville 40065 
Carrollton 41008 
Warsaw 41095 
LaGrange 40032 
Bedford 40006 
Georgetown 40324 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
Williamstown 41097 



Stanley Goldsmith 
George E. Valentine 
Thomas L. Willis 
Robert B. Turner 
Dalton Oak 
Ronald Young 
Jack D. Fugate 
J. W. Roberts, Jr. 
John J. Herlihy 
Ralph Edwards 
Ollie Howard 
Lee Peyton 
George Lusby 
Carl W. Webster 
Don Gaunce 
Tom M. Sims 
Shirley D. Wagoner 



Boys' 
Coach 

Estil Griffis 
Harold Owen 

Tony Carman 
Joe Thompson 
Adrian Cooksey 
Harry S. Hardin 
Jack Haury 
Gene Carroll 

Richard Schmidt 
Bill Kerchet 
John Reuther 
Ray Noe 



Wayne King 
Norman Weaver 
Charles Simpson 
James Hawthorne 
Jim Willhite 
Brice Thornburg 
Mike Grebe 
Bobby Cook 
Donn Marston 
Paul Watts 
Bobby Simpson 
Craynor Slone 
Ray "Pete" Gill 
Carl R. Wenderoth 
Cecil Todd 
Everette Varney 
Gary Dennison 



Girls' 
Coach 

Bob Btaman 
Bunny Daugherty 
Carolyn Owens 

Judy Simpson 
S. Callahan 
Aurilla Lesley 
Delores Dukes 
Mary Helen Zahn 
Diane Sanders 
Carolyn Geiser 
Shirlee Bates 
Kitty Proctor 



Marilyn Jupin 



Mrs. Robert Turner 

Sharon Weber 
Charlotte Chowning 
Joy Lynn Quire 
David Baird 

Dave Weedman 
Gwen Higgins 

Joyce Doyle 
Joella Wallace 
Everette Varney 



REGION 9 



School 
D. 33 



D. 34 



D. 35 



D. 36 



Boone County 
Conner 
Dixie Heights 
Lloyd Memorial 
St. Henry 
Simon Kenton 
Walton-Verona 
Beechwood 
Covington Catholic 
Covington Latin 
Holmes 
Holy Cross 
LaSalette Academy 
Ludlow 

Notre Dame Academy 
Villa Madonna Acad. 
Bellevue 
Dayton 
Newport 

Newport Catholic 
Our Lady of 
Providence 
Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
Highlands 
St. Thomas 
Silver Grove 



Address 
Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Erlanger 41018 
Erlanger 41018 
Independence 41051 
Walton 41094 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Covington 41011 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41016 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 

Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Ft. Thomas 41075 
Ft. Thomas 41075 
Silver Grove 41085 



Principal 

George Toadvine 
Larry Ryle 
Fred Mason 
Charles Fugitt 
Ronald Albrinck 
Roben Abell 
Gary Munsie 
Jim Bishop 
Kenneth J. Gross 
Rev. Edwin Heile 
Fred W. Moeves 
Fred Breyer 
Sr. Janet Bamberger 
Charles Highfield 
Sr. M. Virginia Ann 
Sr. M. Clarita 
Frank Bruns 
Tom Holloway 
Gene Sell 
Br. Mathew Smith 

Sr. M. Kraemer 
Rev. Robert Urlage 
Glen Ravenscraft 
Chester Turner 
Sr. Mary Gerald 
W. S. Webb 



Boys' 
Coach 

Jim Connor 
Bill Warfield 
Dave Afterkirk 
Charles Caple 
William Code 
Jim Taylor 
John Scheper 
Jim Arnold 
Dick Maile 
Rev. Edwin Heile 
Reynolds Flynn 
Ralph Kemphaus 

Andy Christofield 



Gary Akers 
Tom Hood 
Bobby Vanderpool 
John Gross 



Thomas Seither 
Leroy Randall 
Tom Russell 
Kenney Shields 
Tim Barrow 



Girls' 
Coach 

Nancy Jones 
Nancy Burns 
Hiram Owens 
Pam Long 

Phyllis Lonneman 
Gwen Hoover 
Denise Jansen 



Joan Mitchell 
Bill GoUer 
Sr. Paula Duane 
Janet Berger 
Jane Scheper 
Connie Sontag 
Sally Meng 
Linda Ficke 
Cindy Schlosser 



Brenna Stamm 
Loyce Meadows 

Thelma Diachenko 



D. 37 



Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
M. M. I. 

Nicholas County 
Paris 



Paris 40361 
Cynthiana 41031 
MiUersburg 40348 
Carlisle 40311 
Paris 40361 



REGION 10 

Jack Clifford 
R. B. Wills 
Joseph R. Johnson 
Huey L. Cornelius 
Ernest M. Trosper 



Russ Day 
Wood row Crum 
Larry J. Allison 
Billy K. Anderson 
Dave Randolph 



Mable Stimpson 
Mike Lennox 



Judy Cox 



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School 
D. 38 



D. 39 



D. 40 



Augusta 
Bracken County 
Deming 

Pendleton County 
Fleming County 
Mason County 
Maysville 
St. Patrick 
Tollesboro 
Bath County 
George R. Clark 
Montgomery County 
Mt. Sterling 



Address 

Augusta 41002 
Brooksville 41004 
Mt. Olivet 41064 
Falmouth 41040 
Flemingsburg 41041 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Tollesboro 41189 
Owingsville 40360 
Winchester 40391 
Mt. Sterling 40353 
Mt. Sterling 40353 



Principal 

Carl Coldiron 
R. W. Ellington 
Harry E. Meacham 
Clifford Wallace 
Fairce O. Woods 
John H. Branson 
Elza Whalen, Jr. 
Sr. Mary J. Birch 
Charles M. Hughes 
Arnold Stacy, Jr. 
Robert D. Campbell 
Richard Hughes 
Winston Hamilton 



Boys' 
Coach 

Joe Mahan 
David Hamilton 
Jerry Fultz 
Phillip Wood 
Robert Hall 
Garey Jefferson 
Lyle Dunbar 
Gary McKinney 
Alan Bane 
Julian Cunningham 
Tom Martin 
Bill Schott 



Girls' 
Coach 

Judy Tabor 
David Hamilton 

Janice Eninger 



Alan Bane 
Mike Bromagen 

Temple Cope 
Ann Karrick 



REGION 11 



D. 41 Frankfort 

Franklin County 
Lexington Catholic 
Margaret Hall 
Woodford County 

D. 42 Burgin 

Harrodsburg 
Jessamine County 
Mercer County 

D. 43 Bryan Station 

Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Sayre 
Tates Creek 

D. 44 Berea Community 
Estill County 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Model 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Lexington 40503 
Versailles 40383 
Versailles 40383 
Burgin 40310 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Nicholasville 40356 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40502 
Berea 40403 
Irvine 40336 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



Alben L. Wall 
Robert W. Hoagland 
Rev. R. Nieberding 
Rev. Colley Bell, Jr. 
Ken Tippett 
Charles Kolasa 
L. D. Knight 
Zeb Blankenship 
James E. Gash 
Leo H. Brewsaugh 
Bill C. Hurt 
Dwight Price 
Glenn B. Bell 
R. W. Featherston 
James K. Miller 
Paul Hughes 
James Fleenor 
James B. Moore 
L. Stephen Traw 



Ron Reule 
David Lee 
Harr\' T. Starns 

Gene Kirk 
Ronald Russell 
Richard Skaggs 
Steve Deskins 
Steve Clevenger 
John R. Barlow 
Al Prewitt 
Jock Sutherland 
Gerald Walton 
Nolan Barger 
Dennis Grant 
Eddie Conley 
Max Good 
Ed Miracle 
Shirley Kearns 



Jackie Hensley 
Nancy Finney 
Peggy Tillman 
Ruth W. Housek 
Patricia Douglas 



Lou Brown 
Judy Heidhorn 

Rita Lenahan 
Lea Clark 
Marie Paglislungo 
Roy Walton 
Wilma Turner 

Gwen Long 
Laura Hissom 
Jeanne Stull 



D. 45 

D. 46 
D. 47 

D. 48 



Boyle County 
Danville 
Garrard County 
Kentucky School 

for the Deaf 
Casey County 
Lincoln County 
Russell County 
McCreary County 
Monticello 
Pine Knot 
Wayne County 
Burnside 
Eubank 
Laurel County 
Nancy 

Pulaski County 
Shopville 
Somerset 



REGION 12 

Danville 40422 Charles W. Scott Harry Graham 

Danville 40422 Don Turner Tom Creamer 

Lancaster 40444 Johnnie Ray Laswell Wade Upchurch 



Danville 40422 
Liberty 42539 
Stanford 40484 
Russell Springs 42642 
Whitley City 42653 
Monticello 42633 
Pine Knot 42635 
Monticello 42633 
Burnside 42519 
Eubank 42567 
London 40741 
Nancy 42544 
Somerset 42501 
Shopville 42554 
Somerset 42501 



Dr. Harvey Corson 
Humphrey T Elliott 
Jack D. Portwood 
Hollis DeHart 
Robert E. Stephens 
Eldon E. Davidson 
Dorman E. Strunk 
George O. Horton 
C. L. Simpson 
Winston F. Osborne 
Harold Storm 
Bill W. Mauney 
Bob Sullivan 
Phillip R. Baker 
Jim Andy Sears 



Don Hackney 
Bob Payne 
Roger Meek 
Larry Kinnett 
Ralph Roberts 
Joe Harper 

Jack G. Upchurch 
Earl Hicks 
Brent Tackett 
Raymond Reed 
Avery Hatfield 
Denton Ping 
Robert W. Tucker 
Charles Eckler 



Phyllis Hall 
Sandra Upchurch 



Pat Depp 
James Baird 
Linda Loy 
Janice Watters 
Charles Bidwell 



Norma Dearman 
Yvonne Daulton 
Shirley Smith 



REGION 13 



D. 49 Annville Inst. 

Clay County 
Jackson County 
Oneida Inst. 
Rockcastle County 

D. 50 Barbourville 

Corbin 

Knox Central 
Lynn Camp 
St. Camillus Acad. 
Whitley County 
Williamsburg 



Annville 40402 
Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 



James A. Potts 
Estill M. Spurlock 
Clayton A. Taylor 
Robert Halcomb 
Cleston Saylor 
Chester Click 
Louie Martin 
Charles D. Black 
Clay Harmon, Jr. 
Sr. M. Amabilis 
Tony McKiddy 
Jack V. Foley 



Jerry Hacker 
Bobby Keith 
Jack Powell 
Larry Gritton 
William D. Riddle 
Bill Swafford 
Roy Woolum 
Donald R. Bingham 
Calvin Vaughn 

Jerry Hodges 
Dennis W. Byrd 



Larry Sizemore 

Austin Sizemore 

Marie Chesnut 
Williard Farris 
Daphne Goodin 



Ronnie Faulkner 
Dennis W. Byrd 



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School 
D. 51 



D. 52 



D. 53 



D. 54 



D. 55 



D. 56 



Bell County 

Henderson Settlement 

Lone Jack 

Middlesboto 

Pineville 

Red Bird 

Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 

James A. Cawood 

Lynch 



Fleming-Neon 

Jenkins 

Letcher 

Whitesburg 

Buckhorn 

Combs Memorial 

Hazard 

Leslie County 

M. C. Napier 

Breathitt County 

Cordia 

Jackson 

Knott County 

Riverside Christian 

Hazel Green Acad. 

Lee County 

Owsley County 

Powell County 

Wolfe County 



Address 

Pineville 40977 
Frakes 40940 
Four Mile 40939 
Middlesboro 40965 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 
Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 
Harlan 40831 
Lynch 40855 



Principal 

James A. PursifuU 
John F. Widergren 
Ernest C. Slusher 
Frank Chumley 
Ronald Jones 
Glenn R. Shaw 
DiUard Prater 
O. G. Roaden 
Tommy Ward 
Johnny Howard 
Enoch Foutch 



REGION 14 



Fleming 41816 
Jenkins 41537 
"Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 
Buckhorn 41721 
Jeff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
"Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hindman 41822 
Lost Creek 41348 
Hazel Green 41332 
Beattyville 41311 
Booneville 41314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41301 



Roy T. Reasor 
John C. Stringer 
b. C. Taylor 
Jack M. Burkich 
Calloway Sizemore 
Dacker Combs 
John Quillen 
Wilburn Nantz 
James W. Fields 
William A. Toler 
Bobby R. Smith 
James B. Goff 
R. B. Singleton 
Doran Hostetler 
John M. Ridgway 
Gary Pack 
W. O. Gabbard 
Billy F. Rose 
Richard Jett 



Boys' 
Coach 

Harold Combs 
Elijah Smith 
Wayne Walters 
Larry Davis 
Ray Maggard 
Charles Minks 
Ralph Roberts 
Earl Rogers 
Kenneth Condra 
John Wilson 
Roger Kirby 



Larry D. Kincer 
Arthur E. Jackson 
Danny Bates 
John Lyle Eads 
Stanley Caudill 
Dacker Combs 
Roscoe Shackelford 
Damon Huff 
Albert Combs 
Jack Stanford 
Bobby Ralph Smith 
Ronnie Hubbard 
George Frances 
Doran Hostetler 
Ernest W. Huff 
Heber Dunaway 
Bobby Terry 
David Fraley 
Alvin Ratliff 



Girls' 
Coach 



Orville Engle 
Barbara Smith 

Earl Rogers 
Virginia Smith 
Joe Campbell 



Reeda Wright 
Stella Mae Ison 
Cathy Hall 



Judy Duff 
Mike Granato 

Joyce Mayes 

Brenda Turner 
Rebecca C. Bell 
Nancy Hostetler 

Sue Hobbs 
James R. Bowman 
Jean Scott 
Rita Rogers 



REGION 15 



D. 57 



D. 58 



D. 59 



D. 60 



D. 61 



D. 62 



D. 63 



D. 64 



Johnson Central 

Louisa 

Paintsville 

Salyersville 

Sheldon Clark 

Allen Central 

Betsy Layne 

McDowell 

Prestonsburg 

Wheelwright 

Dorton 

Millard 

MuUins 

Pikeville 

Virgie 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 

Feds Creek 

Johns Creek 

"Phelps 



Menifee County 
Morgan County 
Rowan County 
University 

Breckinridge 
East Carter 
Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 
Fairview 
Greenup County 
Raceland 
Russell 
Boyd County 
Holy Family 
Paul G. Blazer 



Paintsville 41271 
Louisa 41230 
Paintsville 41240 
Salyersville 41465 
Inez 41224 
Eastern 41622 
Betsy Layne 41605 
McDowell 41647 
Prestonsburg 41653 
Wheelwright 41669 
Dorton 41520 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Virgie 41572 
Belfry 41514 
Elkhorn City 41522 
Feds Creek 41525 
Pikeville 41501 
Phelps 41553 



Harold L. Preston 
Max Young 
Paul W. Trimble 
Jack Allen 
Wilburn Goble 
James O. Dingus 
James V. Bolen 
Lloyd Stumbo 
Ronald L. Hager 
Wilbur Jamerson 
Glenn Wallace 
Larry M. Burke 
Fleetwood Johnson 
Warren P. Tiller 
Winston Adkins 
Frank T. Welch 
James V. Powell 
Hobert Dye 
Wm. R. Clevenger 
Earl P. Martin 



REGION 16 



Frenchburg 40322 
West Liberty 41472 
Morehead 40351 

Morehead 40351 
Grayson 41143 
Sandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41179 
Olive Hill 41164 
Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41169 
Russell 41169 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 



Howard W. Wallen 
Robert Prichard 
James Wheeler 
John Turner 
Larry Cline 
L. Eugene Frasute 
Thomas Boyd 
David Turner 
Fred L. Setser 
James F. Francis 
Hibbard Burke, Jr. 
Richard Maynard 
Arnold Meek 
Jr. Newsome 
Bobby Osborne 
Burnard Collier 
Gary McCoy 
Ralph Good 
Aubrey Taylor 
Ronald Preece 



Hiram C. Walters 
Lucian G. Rudd 
James O. Botts 

Rondal D. Hart 
Harlan R. Fleming 
Clarence W. Adkins 
Douglas Applegate 
Andrew J. Fultz 
Richard Baker 
Dwight D. Johnson 
Glenn A. Riedel 
Charles P. Holsinger 
Clyde Stewart 
Sr. Marie Gangwish 
Ray L. McCann 



Joe P. Blankenship 
John M. Johnston 
Zane Collins 

Dienzel Dennis 
Roy Murphy 
Jimmy Whitt 
Gary Kidwell 
Bert Greene 
George Cooke 
Jerry Umberger 
Hollie Heaberlin 
Marvin Meredith 
Ramey Fletcher 
Randy Mason 
Steve Gilmote 



Connie Meek 
Katen Johnson 



Patricia Murphy 
William Newsome 
Bobby Lynn Moore 
Linda Setser 
'Buddy' Jamerson 

Bun Jack Burnette 



Sue Johnson 
Deletes Dotson 
Vicki Moore 

Phyllis Lawson 
Glenda Hatfield 



Terry Young 
Theresa Rowland 
Claudia Trabandt 

Elizabeth Sadler 
Marilyn Thompson 

Alice Kidwell 
Phillip M. Barker 
Deloris Redwine 
Sandra Rogers 
Rody Maynard 
Liz Trabandt 

Rhonda Hutchinson 
Linda Meyers 



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Schools' Ratings On Baseball Officials 
In 1974 

The following ratings were received on base- 
ball officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 
1973-1974. The numbers following each name rep- 
resent respectively the numbers of Excellent, 
Good, Fair and Poor ratings given to the officials. 

Adams, Jack, 0-4-0-1; Alexander, Barry, 
0-2-2-0; Allen, Doug, 1-0-0-0; Anderson, Luther S., 
6-3-0-0; Andress, Bill, 11-10-1-0; Armstrong, Ed, 
16-4-0-1; Asher, Ralph, 3-0-0-0; Ashley, Kenneth, 
11-2-0-0; Audas, David C, 2-1-3-2; 

Back, Philip D., 6-1-0-0; Baldwin, David C, 
2-18-0-0; Bankston, Michael, 1-0-0-0; Bates, James, 
5-9-0-0; Baumann, Wilbur H., 0-4-0-0; Baxter, 
Wayne B., 3-1-0-0; Bell, Ronald Keith, 6-3-0-1; Be- 
miss, Eugene, 5-3-3-0; Bennett, Tom, 1-3-1-0; Ber- 
nardini, Bruno, 2-5-0-0; Bertsch, Ron, 3-7-3-0; Big- 
gerstaff, Ronnie, 3-5-0-0; Blair, Gene R., 1-1-0-0; 
Blair, Kenneth, 4-0-0-0; Blair, Larry A., 9-1-0-1; 
Blandford, Steven, 0-0-1-0; Bonny, Thomas, 
5-0-0-0; Bowling, Stuart V., 6-0-0-0; Bradshaw, 
Mickey Lee, 0-3-0-0; Brandenburg, Ronnie L., 
7-0-0-0; Branstetter, Charles E., 0-4-0-0; Brause, 
Allan R., 1-0-0-0; Bray, James R., 1-0-0-0; Brazell, 
Thomas L., 1-0-0-0; Brewer, Jeffrey Wayne, 
0-2-1-0; Brewer, Jerry, 1-0-0-0; Brewer, John B., 
5-2-0-0; Brewer, Lloyd, 1-0-0-0; Bridwell, Michael 
T., 0-0-1-0; Bristol, Charles E., 0-0-4-0; Brown J. S. 
"Scoop", 8-6-2-0; Brown, Keith, 1-1-0-0; Brown, 
Michael, 4-5-0-0; Bryant, Thomas O., 0-2-0-0; Bur- 
dette, Wally, 0-6-2-0; Burgess, Richard N., 7-4-0-1; 
Burkeen, Tony, 0-1-0-1; Burton, Van, 1-0-0-0; 
Butcher, David N., 5-1-0-0; Butcher, Douglas, 
1-0-2-0; Butcher, Michael, 3-0-0-0; Butcher, Steph- 
en D., 8-1-0-0; Butler, Tez, 0-2-0-0; Butner, Billy 
M., 1-0-0-0; 

Calhoun, Roger, 5-9-0-0; Cambron, John, 
1-0-1-0; Camic, David, 1-16-0-0; Camp, Doug, 
1-2-0-0; Campbell, Douglas J., 2-1-0-0; Cane, Les, 
0-2-1-0; Carroll, Joe E., 0-0-1-0; Cash, Woodrow C, 
2-4-0-0; Catlett, Anthony L., 0-1-0-0; Chambers, 
Harold, 21-7-0-0; Chandler, Roger, 4-1-2-0; Charles 
James B., 8-5-0-0; Chasteen, Earl, 3-2-1-0; Chat- 
oney. Jack, 1-5-1-0; Cheek, Alan B., 0-2-0-0; Cher- 
ry, Robert L., Jr., 3-5-2-0; Chesser, James E., 
1-2-0-0; Clemmons, Billy H., 0-11-1-0; Clemmons, 
Douglas M., 15-10-0-0; Coates, Henry, 0-8-0-0; Cole- 
man, Lloyd T., 1-0-0-0; Collins, Hubert, 0-1-0-1; 
Collingsworth, Kenneth, 1-0-0-0; Colvin, James F., 
1-0-0-0; Combs, Harold A., 3-0-0-0; Combs, Henry 
B., 1-0-0-0; Combs, Ira, 0-2-0-0; Combs, Michael, 
0-1-0-0; Conley, Joseph, 2-5-2-0; Connor, James, 
Jr., 0-3-1-0; Conway, Danny, 9-2-0-0; Cooper, Wil- 
Ue, 0-2-0-0; Cornwell, James, 0-2-0-0; Cottrell, Dav- 
id, 4-0-2-0; Cox, Clarence "Chuck", 0-1-1-0; Cox, 
Robert Douglas, 0-1-0-0; Craft, Terry L., 1-2-2-0; 
Crager, Bobby F., 2-10-2-0; Craig, James D., 
0-6-0-0; Critz, George A., 6-3-1-0; Crowe, Wilham 
M., 2-0-0-0; Culp, Leo, 1-9-2-2; Cummins, Howard 
Lee, 1-5-4-0; Cunningham, Robert L., 4-5-0-0; Cun- 
ningham, William D., 1-2-0-0; Cupp, Jackie, 2-1-0-0; 
Curry, Randall, 0-1-0-0; 

Daniel, Roger T., 1-0-0-0; Daniels, James F., 
3-1-0-0; Daniels, Robert A., 2-0-0-0; Davenport, 
James E., Sr., 2-2-0-0; Davis, Bunny, 2-0-0-0; Davis, 
Jay W., 3-1-0-1; Davis, Ralph, 1-4-0-0; Davis, Rudy 
R., 0-1-1-0; Davis, James Steve, 0-1-0-0; Day, Jack 
L., 6-0-0-0; Deaton, Julian A., Jr., 1-0-0-0; Deaton, 
Larry Gene, 6-1-0-0; Delk, Wilham L., 1-1-0-0; 
Denton, Wilham D., 9-2-1-0; DiU, J. Roger, 5-3-0-0; 
Divine, Wayne L., 5-1-0-0; Downs, Joseph W., 



6-2-4-1; Duerson, W. R. "Buck", 9-2-0-0; Durbin, 
Roy, 0-3-2-0; Dwyer, James E., Jr., 0-2-0-0; Dwyer, 
Robert H., 0-6-1-1; Dyehouse, James F., Jr., 0-2-0-0; 

East, Wilham L., 3-4-0-0; Eaves, Shelly, 
1-0-0-0; Ebel, Jack, 0-2-1-0; Eden, Ron, 0-0-0-1; Ed- 
gington, Jerald J., 0-2-1-0; Edington, Mike, 8-4-0-0; 
Edmondson, Johnny B., 2-5-0-0; Edrington, Doug, 
1-1-2-0; Elswick, B. J., 0-1-0-0; Emmons, Guy W. 
0-2-4-0; Engle, William C, 8-0-0-0; Estes, Walter R., 
7-6-1-1; Evans, Lewis, 0-0-1-0; Ezell, Jerry W 
1-3-1-0; 

Falhs, George F., Jr., 0-3-0-0; Fannin, Charles 
E., 0-5-1-0; Farrell, Joe, 0-0-1-3; Feltner, Danny 
Ray, 16-0-0-0; Fennell, Robert E., 1-7-5-2; Ferrell, 
Gene Lawrence, 2-6-2-0; Fields, Ronald M., 0-2-0-0; 
Forker, Maurice F., 1-4-0-0; Foust Ray, Jr., 
10-0-1-0; Frankel, Louis S., 4-15-3-1; Froebel, Mar- 
tin C, 2-1-0-0; Fuson, David, 1-0-0-0; 

Gardner, Larry, 0-1-0-0; Garrett, Steve, 
4-0-0-0; Gartin, Robert, 7-0-0-0; Gaskin, Donald W., 
2-1-0-1; Gay, Dennis, 0-1-2-0; Gent, Herman T., 
1-0-0-0; Gibbons, Mike, 2-7-1-0; Gillians, Daniel C, 
111, 0-0-0-1; Glass, K. L., 2-2-0-0; Goad, Dale B., 
0-1-0-0; Goetz, Herbert, 0-7-3-1; Goodman, Bennie 
Ray, 19-2-1-0; Goodman, James R., 8-14-2-0; Good- 
night, Hershel, Jr., 2-2-0-0; Gosman, Carroll, 
2-3-1-0; Green, Don, 10-1-0-0; Greer, R. Wayne, 
3-2-0-0; Gregory, Roger D., 1-2-0-0; Griffith, E. 
Dale, 0-1-0-0; Gupton, Lawrence, 0-8-0-0; Gurren, 
Steve R., 0-2-2-3; 

Haddix, James T., Sr., 1-0-0-0; Hall, Jay D., 
0-8-0-0; Handley, Woodie R., 7-2-0-0; Hanehne, 
Richard F., 2-9-0-0; Hardin, Don G., 1-0-0-0; Har- 
low, Steve, 0-0-1-0; Harmon, Girard K., 0-2-2-0; 
Haynes, Michael D., 0-2-2-0; Hazelwood, John W., 
Sr., 0-0-1-1; Heaberlin, Bill, 4-5-0-0; Heaberlin, Wil- 
liam, Jr.. 4-14-1-0; Hendrix, Jack, 7-2-0-0; Henry, 
Jim, 0-0-0-1; Henson, Don R., 7-6-0-0; Herald, Paul 
Robin, 7-1-0-0; Herrick, Calvin P., Jr., 1-0-0-0; 
Higgins, James P., Sr., 0-12-4-0; Hilpp, Louis, 
0-0-1-0; Hilton, Billy, 0-2-0-0; Hilton, Dudley, 
0-6-2-0; Holt, Larry K., 0-2-1-0; Hopson, James E., 
1-2-0-0; Horrell, Bennie, 4-4-0-0; Howard, Dwight, 
0-1-0-0; Howard, Greg, 16-8-0-0; Huddleston, Frank 
H., 5-1-0-0; Hudson, Douglas, 11-3-0-1; Hudson, 
Mark D., 3-1-0-0; Hurst, Terry, 3-3-0-0; Hurt, 
Thomas C, 4-8-1-0; 

Jarboe, Ronald L., 3-0-0-0; Jenkins, Phillip M., 
0-1-0-0; Johnson, Kenneth W., 1-6-2-0; Johnson, W. 
Lynn, 0-4-0-0; Johnson, Wilham G., 0-4-0-0; Jones, 
James Dixie, 0-3-0-0; Jones, Joe S., 2-0-0-0; Jones 
Robert E., 2-2-0-0; Joseph, Charles S., 1-0-3-0; 

Kasperski, Harry W., 3-4-1-0; Kaufman, Alvin 
R., 0-2-0-0; Keeling, Reuben, 0-5-0-0; Kemplin, 
Frank, 7-4-0-0; Kidd, Gary G., 1-1-0-0; Kidd, Rob- 
ert W., 13-2-1-0; Kimmel, Jerry, 11-0-0-0; King, 
James A., 0-5-0-0; Kirkland, Wade, 0-1-0-0; Kluep- 
fel, Joseph, 0-1-1-0; Klump, William Roger, 0-3-2-0; 
Kouns, Perry H., 1-11-0-0; Kouns, Robert H., 
4-3-1-0; Kraemer, David, 8-7-2-0; 

Lacy, James R., 1-0-0-0; Lamar, Huston O., 
2-3-3-0; Lambert, Irvin, 2-4-1-0; LaRue, W. D., Jr., 
1-0-0-0; Lawson, David W., 4-0-1-0; Lawson, Gary 
W., 12-2-1-0; Leigh, Eugene F., 5-7-0-0; Leneave, 
Robert E., 1-3-0-0; Lile, Clyde F., 7-1-0-1; Liles, 
Roger A., 8-4-0-0; Link, Jesse W., 1-2-0-0; Loughry, 
Raymond D., 1-1-0-0; Lykins, Virgil, 2-0-0-0; 
Lynch, Lester F., 15-2-0-0; 

McAhster, Ron, 4-8-0-0; McBride, W. Kenneth, 
2-5-0-0; McCamish, Dan L., 12-1-0-0; McClelland, 
John M., 2-2-1-0; McClure, Frank E., 2-3-1-1; Mc- 
Clure, Jerry T., 2-5-0-1; McConnell, Michael J., 
0-1-2-0; McCord, Bob, 5-9-0-0; McCord, Floyd D., 
4-1-0-0; McCoy, Gary Wendell, 3-0-0-0; McCubbin, 



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Kent, 1-7-0 0; McDowell, Charles V., 3-0-1-0; Mc- 
Intonh, Carl W., 7-0-0-0; McMurtrey, Tim, 3-3-3-0; 
TiIcMurtrcy, Tommy, 7-6-1-0; 

Marlette, Ronald L., 2-2-1-0; Marshall, Barry 
J., 1-3-0-0; Martin, Roger K., 11-2-0-0; Mason, Ed- 
win M., 7-0-0-0; Mason, George, 0-13-6-6; Matth- 
ews, Robert A., 0-1-0-0; Mattingly, Charles Pete, 
3-1-0-0; Maxey, Richard E., 1-3-0-0; Meyers, John 
F., 13-9-0-0; Miles, Ralph A., 2-1-1-0; Mitchell, 
Robert M. 1-0-0-0; Monfort, Eddie, 1-4-0-0; Moore, 
Bobby, 7-2-0-0; Moore, Michael, 2-0-0-0; Moore, 
Phillip H., 1-0-0-0; Morgan, Larry W., 0-0-1-0; Mor- 
gan, Richard, 22-6-0-1; Morris, T. John, 1-2-0-0; 
Morrison. Daniel, 1-0-0-0; Morse, Richard K., 
1-0-0-0; Morton, Wm. E., 0-0-0-2: Mulligan, J. T., 
5-10-2-2; Mulhns, Arthur, 5-1-1-0: Mullins, Kerry, 
0-1-0-0: Murphy, David Gary, 0-3-4-0; Murphy, 
Donnie R.. 3-5-1-0: 

Napier, Oramious, Jr., 1-3-1-1; Newton, Dan- 
ny, 3-8-3-1: Noel, David A., 0-10-2-0; Nucci, Don- 
ald D., 2-3-0-0; 

Ohr, Joedy, 5-0-0-0: Oldham, Donald, 10-0-0-0; 
Omer, Winiam Keith, 1-0-1-0; Orem, Stuart W., 
10-0-0; Orr, Charles Michael, 6 0-0-0; O'Steen, 
Edward L., 0-2-0-0; O wings. Hank, 0-0-0-2; 

Palko. Joseph, 0-8-5-0; Pardue, Israel L., 
0-7-1-0; Parker, Larry, 2-4-5-0; Pate, Tommy, 
0-0-1-0; Payne, Bob G., 7-11-0-0; Pearl, George 
W., Jr., 5-2-0-0; Pearson, James, 2-4-4-0; Pelphrey, 
Jack, 4-3-0-0; Pence, OrviUe A., 0-1-0-0; Penner, 
Merritt D., Jr., 0-1-0-0: Perkins, William E., 2-4-0-0; 
Peters, W. A., 3-0-0-0; Pinson, David "Bo", 9-1-0-0; 
Prather. CHnton "Turk", 0-5-2-0; Prather, R. L., 
1-1-0-0; Price. Charles. Jr., 1-0-0-0; 

Quarles, Mac, 4-6-0-0; 

Raines, J. W., 3-2-0-0; Rail, James B., 3-0-0-0; 
Ramey. Gary, 3-5-0-0; Reasor, Gary B., 0-2-1-0; 
Reece, Donald Allen. 10-3-6-0; Reece, Robert W., 
5-3-3-0; Reeves, Curtis R., 2-1-0-0; Reif, Harry, 
6-5-0-0; Reitz, Mike, 3-0-0-0; Rhodes, Don, 
0-2-0-0: Riggs, Stanley H., 0-0-2-1; Rigsby, James 
Michael, 7-3-2-0; Riley, James D., 4-4-0-0; Rison, 
Johnny B.. 3-0-0-0; Roberts, Harry, 4-4-0-0; Robin- 
son, D. Blake, 0-1-0-0; Robinson, Raymond A., 
7-6-1-0; Roe, Buddy, 7-0-0-0; Rogers, Bob, 7-2-0-0; 
Rogers, Eldridge, 7-3-0-0; Roll, John, 1-0-0-0; Ron- 
shausen, Tex, 0-6-2-2: Rowe, Thomas M., 1-0-0-0; 
Runyon, Tommy, 1-6-0-0; 

Salsbury, Don, 0-5-0-0; Salyer, Joel Dean, 
7-5-0-0; Sammons, Patrick C, 0-6-4-1; Sandusky, 
Jerry, 17-4-0-0; Satterly, U. G., 0-3-0-0; Schultz, 
Harold, 1-10-2-5; Scott, Mark, 11-2-0-0; Scott, W. 
L. "Bill", 1-4-0-0; Scott, Walter G., 2-2-0-0; Seavers, 
Joe, 1-3-2-0; Sefcovic, Harold H., 1-2-1-0; Shall- 
cross, Warren, 0-1-0-0; Sharp, Jerry, 0-1-0-0; Sharp, 
Ronnie, 9-6-0-0; Shipp, Dave, 2-0-6-0; Silvey, Bar- 
ry, 0-1-2-0; Slaughter, Steven, 1-2-1-0; Slone, Bur- 
gen, 1-9-0-1; Slone, Mack D., 0-0-1-0; Smallwood, 
Talmadge, 6-1-0-1; Smedley, Bob, 0-1-0-0; Smith, 
Benny, 10-1-0-0; Smith, Ezell G., 0-5-5-0; Smith, 
Willard N., 4-0-0-0; Soper, Clyde, 2-3-0-0; Spinn- 
ler, Wm. E., 0-2-1-0; Stanley, O. A., 5-2-0-0; Steph- 
ens, Stephen, 3-1-0-0; Stephenson, Harry, 6-1-0-0; 
Stethen, James E., 7-4-0-0; Stevenson, Michael G., 
0-3-0-0; Stewart, Dale, 0-2-1-0; Stiltner, Dale, 
8-5-0-0; Stivers, Frankhn, 3-5-0-0; Stone, Johnny, 
4-0-1-0; Stone, Kenneth G., 0-1-0-0; Stovall, Tom, 
12-1-0-1; Strain, Richard P., 1-0-0-0; Straus, Wil- 
liam W., 0-0-1-0; Strong, Jack, 6-4-1-0; Strong, 
Logan, 0-1-0-0; Studle, Ronald, 17-7-0-0; Stull, Ben- 
jamin C, 2-9-0-0; Styer, Charles, 0-2-1-0; Sumner, 
Carl, 0-8-2-0; Swart, J. D., 4-2-0-0; 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1974 

Tanaka, Larry T., 3-3-2-0; Tarry, W. R. "Bud", 
3-4-0-0; Tate, Charles F., 1-5-1-0; Tate, Gordon C, 
4-0-0-0; Taylor, Carl D., 3-7-1-0; Taylor, Jim, 
9-4-1-0; Taylor, John O., 3-0-0-0; Thompson, Ron- 
nie, 6-1-0-1; Thornton, Daniel A., 2-3-0-0; Tomer- 
hn, Allen, 0-2-1-1; Tremaine, Darrell E., 0-2-0-0; 
Tucker, Charles N., 4-2-0-0; Tucker, Jerome L., 
0-5-4-0; Turner, Larry Glen, 1-0-0-0; Tyre, Don C, 
6-3-0-0; 



Urlage, Richard, 2-2-0-0; 

Vincent, Dale, 2-7-0-0; Vincent, Roy T., 
0-11-1-0; Votaw, Tony, 1-2-0-0; 

Walker, Joe, 1-3-0-0; Walker, Joe D., 2-0-2-0; 
Ward, Robert, 10-0-3-0; Warden, Jimmie, 0-8-0-0; 
Washer, Jamie, 6-0-0-0; Watson, Hai-old T., Jr., 
0-2-0-0; Wellman, David, 1-3-0-0; Wheeler, David, 
1-3-0-0; White, Robert L., 3-8-0-0; Whitehead, Dav- 
id, 0-3-0-0; Whorley, Larry D., 2-3-0-0; Wiley, 
Michael J., 13-3-2-1; Williams, Bobby, 9-0-0-1; 
Williams, Phillip, Jr., 2-5-0-1; Williamson, Junior, 
0-11-0-0; Wilson, Philip M., 1-0-1-1; Wilson, Wil- 
liam, 0-1-0-0; Winfrey, Shelby, 13-2-0-1; Wingfield, 
Felix G., 11-1-0-0; Wiseman, Melvin, 4-0-0-0; Wood, 
Thomas D., 0-1-0-0; Wren, Bethel, 2-0-0-1; Wright, 
Brett A., 6-5-0-0; Wright, John David, 1-2-0-0; 

Yankey, Steven T.. 0-2-0-0; Young, Cephes, 
0-5-0-0; 

Zibart, Sig, 0-1-0-3; Zirnheld, Leonard, 9-5-0-0; 



Supplementary List of 
Registered Basketball Officials 

(List Compiled November 22) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Adams. Rav, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 106, Manchester 40962. 598- 

3262, 598-3773 
Akemon. Rudv, Box 286, Hazard 41701, 436-2813, 436-3131 
Allen. Bill W.. 506 Scott Street. Dawson Springs 42408, 

797-2473 
Aldridge, James R., 685 Pearman Avenue, Radcliff 40160, 

35f-9S89. 351-3181 
Allin. Mike, 111 Dundee Drive, Lexington 40503, 277-4330, 

276-2815 
Aired. Robert D., Jr., P. O. Box 68, Loyall 40854, 573- 

4938. 573-1175 
Anderson. Michael. 511 North 5th Street, Mayfield 42066, 

247-5607, 247-8727 
Anderson. Ralph, Rt. 7, Box 144. Bowling Green 42101, 

5P3-4123, 842-0391 
Applin. Monty. 608 Main Street. Sturgis 42459, 333-4277 
Appling. James. Rt. 1, Village Green, Russellville 42276, 

726-9513 (Bus.) 
Ashurst, Michael L., General Delivery, Walhns Creek 

40873. 664-3910, 664-3444 
Audas Brent D., Walnut Grove, Dawson Springs 42408, 

797-4011, 842-9593 
Bailey Jimmv H., Lot 7, Terry's Trailer Park, Rt. 4, 

Rockfield "42274, 842-6277, 781-2300, Ext. 328 
Ballard, J. W.. 612 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

SgSS. 535-6286 
Belcher Larry L., Rt. 2, Ruhl Acres, Shepherdsville 40165. 

543-7941, 4'57-4795 
Bell Russell G.. 157 Sunset Drive, Frankfort 40601, 695- 

i353, 564-4836 
Bennett C. Tom, Irvine McDowell Park, Lancaster Ave- 
nue, Richmond 40475. 623-8753, 623-8753 
Bennett, Karen, 7035 Regents, Murray 42071, 767-4804, 

767-4804 
Bertsch, Ronald L.. 113 Moock Road, Southgate 41071, 

581-5790. 731-2012 .„ .^, ,_^ 

Bevars Ronnie. 600 S. Logsdon Parkway, Radcliff 401b0, 

351-5895. 351-3167 
Bingham. Bennie, P.O. Box 88, Worthington 41183, 836- 

4208 
Blackford, Robert L., 414 Dayflower Court, Edgewood 

41017, 341-3849, 591-0002 
Blankenship, J. Wayne, L & R Manor Apt. 4, 510 Ballard 

Drive, Richmond 40475, 623-0460 



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Blount, William H., P.O. Box 20066, 3312 Behr Court, 

Louisville 40220. 491-2668, 451-8400 
Bond, Terry Lee, 11 Circle Drive, Crestview 41076, 441- 

0723 
Boone, Susan. Box 22, Telford Hall, EKU, Richmond 

40475 625-4334 
Borup, Alvin L., Jr., Uniontown 42461, 822-4773, 425-3311, 

Ext. 327 (Evansville, Ind.) 
Bottom, Ronnie P.. R.R. 6, Box 286, Shelbyville 40004, 

623-5991 
Boucher, Larry G.. Jr., 907 Leawood Drive, Frankfort 

40601, 227-9976, 564-3670 
Branham, Mason, Jr.. Box 1, Grahn 41142, 286-4363, 286- 

4411 
Breeden, Donald. Route 6, Benton 42025, 898-3964 
Brennan. Mrs. Therese. 3617 River Park Drive, Lexington 

40502. 272-2663, 278-3436 
Brewer. Lloyd, Combs 41729, 436-6672. 436-3155 
Brown, J. W. "Scoop". 975 Waverly Drive, Lexington 

40505. 252-0954, 255-0835 
Brummette, Judee, 139 Shannon Park, Nicholasville 40356, 

885-5311 
Bruner, Jack C. Rt. 5, Box 93, London 40741, 864-4322, 

864-2271 
Bryant, Larry R., Box 303, Flemingsburg 41041, 849-2946, 

564-5524 
Buckles. Thomas F., R. R. 1, Box 56E, Radcliff 40160, 

351-6803, 877-2341 
Burgett. Lonnie J., Box 47, Rt. 4. Murray 42071, 753-0130 
Burkeen. Phillip. 659 Wakefield Avenue, Bowling Green 

42101. 842-4182, 842-4182 
Burkeen, Tony, 659 Wakefield Avenue, Bowling Green 

42101, 842-4182, 842-5636 
Burroughs. Marsue. 2148 Larkspur Road 216, Lexington 

40504, 278-8072 

Cadwell, Charles W., Rt. 4, Box 261, Paducah 42001, 898- 

3745. 395-4638 
Call, Nancy, 2412 Glenmary, Apt. 3, Louisville 40204, 451- 

6239. 583-0643 
Cannon, Devon, Rt. 1, Morgantown 42261, 526-3917 
Carlberg. John H., Box 234, Muldraugh 40155, 942-2723, 

942-2730 
Carmon, Coleman, Jr., Box 110, Hardinsburg 40143, 756- 

5280, 756-5132 

Carnes, Dwight, General Delivery, Straight Creek 40989, 

337-3824 
Carroll, Billy Dean, Chavies 41727, 436-6066 
Casada, Lonnie K., Sunset Park, Somerset 42501, 679-3276, 

561-4138 
Gates. Bill. Box 12A, Rt. 1, Dixon 42409, 639-5684, 424- 

7741. Ext. 216 (Evansville) 
Gates. Rickey, R. R. 5, Box 81, Morganfield 42437, 333- 

5525 
Childress, Janet S.. 134 East Ashland Avenue, LouisviUe 

40214, 367-1942 
Cole, Gary, 398 Keeton Heights, West Liberty 41472, 743- 

3447, 743-3132 
Gongleton, S. Jay. R. R. 4, P. O. Box 416, Owenton 40359, 

484-5238. 484-3434 
Cooper. Warren, 134 CoUegview Court, Morehead 40351, 

784-4295, 784-4153 
Gornwell. Bobby. Rt. 2, Russellville Road, Franklin 42134, 

586-8250, 586-4451 
Covington, Bobby, Route 2, Guthrie 42234, 483-2546 
CowgiU, William, Jr., 906-A Hampshire Drive, LouisviUe 

40207, 896-8487. 589-4100 
Cox, Linda G., Lot 240, Skyline Trailer Park, Bowling 

Green 42101, 843-2200, 748-4797 
Cox, Rufus A., 624 N. Ky. Avenue, Madisonville 42431, 

821-2692, 338-2776 
Cox. Thomas O., 439 Huguelet, Lexington 40506, 257-2387, 

255-7542 

Crick, Dwaine, Box 288, Nortonville 42442, 676-3566 
Crosby, Loyd, 947 Barber Way, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-5264. 526-3313 
Cross. Keith, 362B Dixie Highway, Muldraugh 40155, 

942-3625 
Grume, Jane B.. P. O. Box 463, Bardstown 40004, 348-8076 
Cummins, Rav E., 1211 Maple Lane, Gorbin 40701, 528- 

8580, 528-6650 
Cupp, Jackie R., Rt. 4, Box 498, London 40741, 864-8728, 

864-2181 

Damron, Adam G., 303 Carolina Avenue, Winchester 

40391, 744-7901 
Daniel, Roger T., Box 15, Paintsville 41240, 789-3372. 886- 

2311 (Prestonsburg) 
Darnell. Nick, 21 Beechwood Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-3715 
Davis. John, Rt. 1, Box 253, Shelbyville 40065, 633-4465, 

633-4741 
Davis. William G., Jr., Route 5, Gampbellsville 42718, 465- 

2070, 465-7876 
Dayberry. Damon L., P. O. Box 701, Uniontown 42461, 822- 

4705 



Dean, Jerry W., P. O. Box 105, McKee 40447, 287-7301 

287-7161 
Downs. Joseph W., 829 Bartley. Bardstown 40004, 348-5123. 

348-3991 
Drake. Bonnie, Rt. 1, Box 147, Bloomfield 40008, 252-5050 
Duff, Patricia, Box 85. Garrett 41630, 358-4564, 358-9618 
Dunn, Mary, 25Pt Larkin Road, Apt. 272, Lexington 40503, 

278-3838, 254-1112 
Dunn. Ruby, 330 Glyndon Avenue, Richmond 40475, 623- 

0715, 622-4442 
Dyke, Orville Dean, Box 231, Crestwood 40014, 241-4109, 

452-3753 
Emig, Robert F . 10006 Stonestreet Road, Louisville 40272, 

933-2003 
Emmons. Guy W.. 6006 Shadow Run Road, Louisville 

40219, 964-7784 
Edwards. James D., R. R. 1, Box 88, Bremen 42325, 754- 

4619 
English, Shirley, Rt. 9, Benton 42025, 527-8046 
Eubank. Jerry, Rt. 5. Glasgow 42141, 651-3252 
Evans, Bettie Lou. R. R. 3, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-1338 
Everly, Phyllis, Rt. 2, Central City 42330, 754-2304, 476-8775 
Farris, David L., P. O. Box 255, Crestwood 40014, 241-4073, 

581-2274 
Feltner, Danny R., 621% Perry Avenue, Hazard 41701, 

439-1601, 436-3855 
Flesch, Jerry, 3113 Lawrence Drive, Edgewood 41017 341- 

8223, 684-2176 
Florence, Darrell, 103 Sherry Drive, Glasgow 42141 678- 

2268. 651-3787 
Ford. Richard A.. 1026 E. Oak Street, Louisville 40204 

277-8075 
Foster. Berryman, 927 Waverly Drive, Lexington 40505 

255-7374 

Fraley, Joe, 1704 East Main, Greenup 41144, 473-7075 
Frazer, Tom Roe, Route 1, Sturgis 42459 ,333-4412, 333-4672 
Fuller, N. Barret, 406 Wyandot, Mt. Sterling 40353 498- 

5218 
Gaither. Gene, Box 103, Beaver Dam 42320, 274-3885, 298- 

3217 
Gamble, Gary C. 403 Clark Street, Earlington 42410, 383- 

5145 
Gambrel, Don, Valley View Apt. 507, Corbin 40701, 528- 

2908. 528-2330 
Gartin. Robert B.. 550 Brown Street, Paintsville 41240, 

789-5274, 789-4001 
Gay, Peggy, Box 4, Buckhorn 41721 
Gettler, David F., 2486 Woodhill Drive, Lexington 40509, 

252-3486, 269-1331 
Gibson, Gary, 916 Denmark Avenue, Louisville 40215, 

366-0445, 778-4469 
Gibson, Gary Lee, Wayland 41666, 358-4580, 447-2931 
Gilley, Barbara. 342 E. 2nd Street, Morehead 40351, 784- 

6286. 783-3348 
Gladstein, John G., 4-14 S. Main Street, Scottsbm-g, Indi- 
ana 47170, 752-3383, 752-3146 
Goode. Larry E., 2220 Devonport H-7, Lexington 40504, 

254-3670. 863-5555 
Grant. Neilson E.. 140 12th Street, Apt. 12, Beaver Dam 

42320 274-4908 274-7893 
Gray. Dale, 110 Maple Street, Cloverport 40111, 788-6718, 

843-3165 
Gray, Homer, Box 121, Harned 40144, 756-2661, 756-5184 
Gray, Kenneth E., 2819 Thistlewood Drive, Louisville 

40206. 896-1202 

Greer. Daniel J., P. O. Box 355, EddvviUe 42038, 383-2303, 

362-4636 
Greer. Phil, 3452 Bellmeade, Lexington 40502, 272-4253, 

272-1611 
Grieme, William J., 438 McAlpin Avenue, Erlanger 41018, 

342-7469 341-6931 
Grimm, Jaiie, 31 Wilbers Lane, Ft. Thomas 41075. 441-2366 
Hadden, Newell, 942 Wolf Run Road, Lexington 40504, 

255-5332. 254-6491 
Halbert. Hubert, Box 19, Langley 41645, 285-3745, 285-3205 
Hall. Charlene. Box 51, Auburn 42206, 542-4357, 726-2436 
Hall. Charles E., 601 Pontiac Trail. Danville 40422 
Hall. Michael A., 1019 East Main, Greenup 41144, 473-5161, 

473-9477 
Hamilton, Dean, Teaberry 41660, 587-2519 
Hammons, Wendell L., Star Rt. 1, Box 11, Flat Lick 40935, 

542-4398 
Hampton, Harry E., Box 433, Martin 41649, 285-3512, 789- 

8211 
Hardin, William, Rt. 2, Box 114, Springfield 40069, 284- 

5422, 336-3996 
Harlow, Cheryl B., 240 Skyline Trailer Park, Bowling 

Green 42101, 843-2200, 745-4797 
Harrington, J. Drew, 903 Edgefield Drive, Bowling Green 

42101, 842-8321, 745-3195 
Hatcher, Jack, Box 666, Norton, Virginia 24273 
Hatfield, Robert M., 9102 Spht Rail Drive, Louisville 40272, 

935-1857 
Hawkins, Stewart, Box 122, Chaplin 40012, 673-3436 



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Hayden, Garfield, Jr., 1108 King Street, Sturgis 42459, 

333-2741 
Heister, Barbara, 311 Highland Avenue, Apt. 1, Ft. Thom- 
as 41075, 781-1640, 491-2511 
Hemlepp, David, 4709 Nancy Court, Ashland 41101, 325- 

1442 
Henry, Keith, R. R. 2, Hazel Green 41332, 725-4382 
Hicks, William W., Box 386, Edmonton 42129, 432-4381 
Hilton, Billy, 323 Maplewood, Springfield 40069, 336-7594, 

336-7170 
Holt, Ronald, 54 Robin Road, HopkinsvUle 42240, 886- 

0614, 886-1223 
Hopson, James E., Rt. 1, Box 918M, Pikeville 41501, 437- 

7772, 432-1461 
Horstman, James R., 422 Lotis Way, Apt. 2, Louisville 

40207, 897-9247, 895-2405 
Hoskins, Carl, 9007 Vondine Drive, Louisville 40219, 964- 

8007 
Hoskins, Denise M., 2404 Elmore Avenue, Louisville 40216, 

448-6150 
Houchens, Jeff, P. O. Box 82, Mt. Olivet 41064, 724-5559 
Houchens, Tom M., 505 N. Long Street, London 40741, 

864-9075, 864-2136 
Houp, Charles, 105 W. Morrison, Wilmore 40390, 858-3898, 

885-3225 
Hourigan, James F., 210 Sage Road, Louisville 40207, 897- 

5679 
Hudnall, Bill, 13 Woodmont Court, Paris 40361, 987-1641, 

299-1000 
Hunt, WilUam G., 266 S. Highland, Winchester 40391, 744- 

9215, 744-6000 (Rockwell) 
Hyman, Alan, 10101 FalUng Tree Way, Louisville 40223, 

245-5121, 584-4187 
Irbv, Mike P., 408 Oakland, Burkesville 42717, 864-4108, 

864-3451 
Jackson, Donald L., Evarts 40828, 837-3771, 837-2018 
Jackson, Ed, 2507 W. 9th Street, Owensboro 42301, 684- 

4664, 684-8881, Ext. 65 
Jackson, Randall R., Rt. 4, Box 109, Paducah 42001, 898- 

7159, 443-8434 
Jarrell, Jimmy D., Rt. 2, Box 455, Pikeville 41501, 639- 

2593 
Johnson, David A., 7800 Carnation Drive, Pleasure Ridge 

Park 40258, 935-6957, 452-4859 
Johnson, John L., Rt. 1, Box 551, Clintwood, Virginia 

24228 
Johnson, R. Michael, 3504 Greenlawn Drive, Lexington 

40503 272-5570 
Jones, Robert, 1312 Kirkwood, Murray 42071. 753-7504, 

924-5602 
Kay, Thomas, Rt. 3, Versailles 40383, 873-8104, 255-1461, 

Ext. 238 
Keene, Phillip M., Rt. 1, Box 16, Mouthcard 41548. 835- 

4442. 783-2156 
Keene, Rick P., Route 1, Box 967, PikeviUe 41501, 437- 

9938, 437-9617 
Kemper, Nancy B.. 374 Stratford Drive, Lexington 40503. 

278-4320, 252-1359 
Kercheval, David W., 1930 Brett Drive, Madisonville 

42431. 821-2458, 669-4281 
Kidd, Janice E., Route 1, Pine Knot 42635. 354-2293, 679- 

4361, E.xt. 241 
Kimmel, Jennifer, Box 86. Beechmont 42323, 476-2656 
King. Douglas E., 5344B Brett Drive, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

8202. 624-3630 
King. James B., 711 Vernon Street, fronton, Ohio 45638, 

532-6653 
Kirk, Charles, U.S. 119. Whitesburg Road. Cumberland 

40823, 589-2086. 633-4423 
Kirkland. Sue. Ohio View Apt. 5, Brandenburg 40108, 

422-3298, 422-3686 
Kroth, Bonnie, 3906 Lori Drive, Apt. B-1, Erlanger 41018, 

331-9435 
Lacer, Ray, Box 51, Spottsville 42458, 827-5068 
Lambert. Roger W.. Lot 109 Skyline. Bowling Green 42101. 

781-4971. 781-5343 
Lancaster, Glenn, 1506 Porter Drive, Henderson 42420, 

826-4364, 826-7600 
Lane, Diana S., 513 Apperson Drive, Mt. Sterling 40353, 

498-0035 
Latham, Billy D., Route 3, Box 255, Clinton 42031, 653- 

4190, 653-5521 
Leland, Lonnie L., 1857-A Chatsworth, Lexington 40505, 

299-5300 299-4371 
LeQuire. H. M.. Woodland HlUs, Harlan 40831, 573-1857, 

573-5151 
Lawson. Stan, P. O. Box 112, Artemus 40905, 546-5319, 

546-3125 
Lilly, Tommy. R. R. 3. Morganfield 42437, 389-2413 
Listerman, Mike L., 18 Trinity Place, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-3392, 341-5351 
Logan, Bruce A., 1209 Quest Drive #3, Louisville 40213, 

964-5498, 584-0201 
Lynch, George R., 422 Lexington Avenue, Apt. 15, EUza- 

bethtown 42701, 769-5401, 769-3082 



Lyons, Joseph E., Jr., 2813 Oregon Avenue, Louisville 

40210, 774-2932. 582-5362 
McCarley. Wm. Stephen. Route 1, Auburn 42206. 542-4436 
Mc-Carty, Bobby G., 20 Hillcrest Drive, Paris 40361, 987- 

5356, 233-2000, Ext. 2505 
McGuffey, D. Roger, Rosemont Drive, R. R. 3, Stanford 

40484, 365-7760, 233-3000 
McKay, Patrick J. IV, 217 Bridge Street, Maysville 41056, 

564-3675, 266-7627 
McLemore, Martha Ann. 582 Charlemagne, Elizabethtown 

42701. 679-5419 
McManamon, Mickie Ms., Ohio View. Brandenburg 40108, 

422-2951. 422-2969 
McMichael, Pam, 106 Evergreen, Lawrenceburg 40342, 

863-7252 
McPeek. Roger C. Box 193, Vlrgie 41572, 639-2561, 639- 

2832 
McPherson, Cecilia, Penrod 42365, 657-2505 
Maddox, Arthur L., 3915 Alford Avenue, Louisville 40212, 

778-4046 
Maddox, Bobby, Box 6, Glencoe 41046, 643-3941 
Marcum, Gary, 1504 Chestnut Street, Bowling Green 

42101, 781-2521, 842-9840 
Martin, Bill, Rt. 1, Said Road, Symsonia 42082, 851-3789, 

395-7121 
Martin Sandra, 1428 Fairlane Drive, Richmond 40475, 

623-8213, 792-2146 
Mashburn, WiUis, C/0 Enro Shirt Company, Madisonville 

42431, 821-3974 
Masterson, WilUam, 5005 Quail HoUow Road #7, Louis- 
ville 40213 
Mayer, Joseph J., Jr., 4913 Mile of Sunshine Drive, Louis- 
ville 40219, 964-5055, 636-1381 
Melton, Robert, 500 Fair Street, Apt. 83, Henderson 42420, 

826-7409, 827-1838 
Meyer, Richard E., 2362 Primrose Lane, Crescent Springs 

41011, 331-9735, 621-8770 
Middleton, Richard W., R. R. 3, Versailles 40383, 873-4228 
Miller, William J., 292 Highland Parkway, Frankfort 

40601, 223-5357 
Mohr, Thomas W., 34 Sunset Drive, Alexandria 41001, 

635-5385, 635-2191 
Money, Robert F., Rt. 1, Box 66, Ewing 41039, 267-5531 
Moore, Ronnie Allen, 134 Young Hall, Ky. State Univ., 

Frankfort 40601, 564-5904, 564-5904 
Morgan, Steven, Box 18, Mt, Olivet 41064, 724-5745 
Morgan, Terry, Rt. 8, Box 288, Elkhorn City 41522, 754- 

8883 
Morris, J. C, Pendleton 40055, 255-3657 
Munninghoff, Lance. 161 Steelman Avenue. Highland 

Heights 41076, 441-9329, 721-4787 
Murphy, Bruce, R. R. 1, Pine Knot 42635, 354-2854 
Myers, Ron, 105 Westwood Drive. Elizabethtown 42701. 

765-7198, 769-3381 
Napier, Wallace R., Jr., Box 371, Evarts 40828, 837-3625, 

837-2502 
Neely, Jim R.. 333 Sioux Trail, Somerset 42501, 871-4156, 

678-4187 
Newton, Danny, R. R. 6, Shelbyville 40065, 633-6034, 633- 

2653 
Oak, Jerry M.. Route 1, Bedford 40006, 255-3966, 633-3550 
Oakley, Rebekah J., Box 103, College Street, Greenville 

42345, 338-4184 
O'Donnell, Katie, 218 East 36th Street, Covington 41015, 

581-3680, 623-5608 
Osborne, Homer, Bypro 41612, 452-2580, 452-2612 
Overton, Frank K.. Jr.. Box 36, Four Mile 40839, 337-2026, 

337-2435 
Owens, Jerry W., Chenoa 40925, 337-5784 
Pace, Donald W., Rt. 4, Cleveland Road, Lexington 40505, 

293-0181, 255-0398 
Pelphrey, Paul L., College Heights, Prestonsburg 41653, 

886-6324, 625-4155 
Pennell, Donald G., Rt. 2. Box 28, Jenkins 41537, 832-2565 
Penner, Daniel, 5011 Southside Drive #31-3, Louisville 

40214, 367-2612 
Perry, Robert T.. 437 Severn Way, Lexington 40503, 277- 

5600, 863-5555 
Peterson, John, Rt. 7, Old L-burg Road, Frankfort 40601, 

227-2849, 695-2500 
Philon, Edell, HI E. O'Bryan Street, Apt, B13, Bardstown 

40004, 348-2429 
Piercefleld, Dan, Box 177A, Hardin 42048. 354-8726, 354- 

8726 
Pogue, Ivan G., Rt. 4. Bowling Green 42101, 842-1156, 

542-4139 
Powell, Linda, 2504 Larkin Road, G-207, Lexington 40503, 

277-6887 
Powers, Clark, 657 Carolyn Avenue, Danville 40422, 236- 

8467 
Prater, Otis, 407 W. Jefferson, Berea 40403, 986-8729, 256- 

4816 
Phipps, Dannie Lee, Hazel Green 41332, 662-4721 

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(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Huhn, J. Herp, C. VilUer, D. Hale, C. O'Bryan, C. cavjmaugn, 
R. Buehner, S. Goodwin, P. Planp, M. Markweli, M. Pfeiffer, T. Beck, R. Richardson, Coach B. 
Glaser. Second Row: A. Campbell, A. Bolander, G. Ottmsn, J. Crick, J. Kaiibo, J. Dattilo, M. 
Heines, W. Distler, C. Marrillia, G. Baumanji, B. Mclntyre, R. Revelette, P. Gahm, Coach M. 
Sheehan. Third Row: H. Ott, G. Fuch, M. Allen, M. Bell'jscio, W. Yates, J. Belt, B. Chism, D. 
Clark, M. O'Bryan, T. Schindler B. Finnev, B. Erny. F. Paige, Coach J. Rogers. Fourth Row: T. 
Heeb, C. Grisanti, S. Darnell, J. Martin, M. Sheehan, J. Bauscher, B. O'Keefe, D. Faulh, P. 
Hettich, E. Kempf, J. Motley, B. Pfaffinger, Coach M. Glaser. Fifth Row: S. Heeb, M. Kramer, J. 
Raterma;!, D. Martin, B. Barry, P. Passafiume, D. Bolton, R. Kissel, P. Schlick, M. Oca, K. 
Sheehan, D. King, M. Crush, Coach M. Egan. Sixth Row: M. Banta, A. Vest, J. Klauslng, P. 
Zabonowski, B. Doyle, B. Alexander, Coach N. Nunn. 



St. Xavier 20 — Thomas Jefferso^i 7 
St. Xavier 52 — Shawnee 
St. Xavier 27 — Central 6 
St. Xavier 42 — Manual 6 
St. Xavier 28 — Iroquois 



St. Xavier 21— Trinity 

St. Xavier 53— Male 

St. Xavier 14 — DeSales 7 

St. Xavier 14 — Bishop David 7 

St. Xavier 42— Alherton 



Playoffs 
SI. Xavier 3— Trinity 
St. Xavier 48— Westport 14 



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NEWPORT CATHOLIC— CLASS AA, REGION III, DISTRICT 1 CHAMPION 




{Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. R. Rawe, Mgr. M. Waymeyer, K. Eriston, J. Klare, D. Spreher, J. McDermott, T. 
Buemi, K. Chalk. Second Row: W. Koenig, S. Banta, D. Wehrman, J. Kovacik, K. Donoghue, B. Neises, D. Poston, D. 
Doekei, R. Giuikel, F. Bradford. Third Row: M. Deaton, G. Roll, B. Smith, D. O'Hearn, L. Neltner, T. Gallichio, T. 
Ruschell, M. Grosser, J. Rust, D. Gabbard, T. Gindele, P. Jasper. Fourth Row: P. Pitzer, T. O'Hara, M. Bailey, A. Belt- 
ing, K. McDole, R. Schertler, D. Schwerman, J. Ladenburger, B. Schuett, P. Wells, R. Hamberg. Fifth Row: M. Rill- 
ing, J. Kunlz, P. Neltner, T. Broomall, J. Heri;ng, D. Goetz, R. Brown, J. Roll, C. Dealon, R. Schertler, D. Chalk. 



BOYD COUNTY— CLASS AA, REGION IV, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Boggs, T. Elkins, J. Fra 
M. Christian, J. Ruggles, B. Fuller. Second Row: Coach Gi 
B. Chaney, M. McCan^, R. Young, J. Holbrook, B. Evans, G 
D. Caines, R. Roberts, D. Chaney, M. Franklin, E. Morma 
Coach Scott. Fourth Row: Coach VanHoose, B. Akers, D. K 
A. Robinson, M. Rice, Coach Lester. Fifth Row: W. Chaffi 
Ballard, T. Tussey, G. Roseberry, M. Donta, A. Gilbert, D 
G. Riffe, S. Matherly, M. Devaney, R. Lyons, D. Donaldso 



ley, G. Holbrook, J. Dyer, R. Cook, P. Williams, T. Grimm, 
bson, J. Hall, R. Chaney, T. Keelin, B. Mitchell, B. Burton, 
. Coleman, Coach Rice. Third Row: Coach Southworth, J. 
n, D. Nichols. D. Woods, G. Horn, F. Justice, T. Powers, 
azee, M. Meenach, R. Potter, J. Bolt, B. Stringer, P. Kiser, 
ns, D. McClellapd, E. Dawson, S. Holbrook, G. Salisbury, B. 
Amos. Sixth Row: J. J. Hicks, T. Badgett, D. Bowling, 
n, T. Howard, G. Kislner, T. Delvizis, 



NORTH HARDIN— CLASS AA, REGION II, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 










(Left to Right) Front Row: D. Conover, A. Blacklock, K. Henneman, C. Cooper, S. Ross, D. McNeely, D. Pogue, 
R. Drake, C. Drake, C. Butterbaugh, A. Butler. Secopd Row: Coach B. Hogg, Mgr G. Corbin, D. Cummings, W. 
Frampton, J. Jones, B. Rowland, P. Robinson, L. Neyland, P. McKinney, G. Cooper, J. Mxith, T. Atherton, M. Fogle, 
R. Dean, Ass't Coach G. Lowry. Third Row: Ass't Coach B. Jenkins, B. Caldera, B. Bragg, F. Whitaker, R. Low, D. 
Low, J. Braaten, L. Dodso;i, L. Boulware. C. Tinker, M. Tucker, A. Kieta, J. Braaten, R. Skeeters, Ass't Coach C. 
Lynch. Fourth Row: L. Watson, I. Young, P. Walsh, K. Sexton, D. Tefft, K. Kirchbaum, B. Cook, J, Brown, A. Mc- 
Kinney, M. Warfield, F. Singleton, S. Fogle, J. Holmes, H. Cawood, Ass't Coach D. McCamish. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVII 



JANUARY, 1975 



$1.00 Per Year 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, Lexington, on Saturday, December 21, 
1974. The meeting was called to order by Presi- 
dent W. P. Wheeler at 9:30 A.M. with all Board 
members. Commissioner J. B. Mansfield, and As- 
sistant Commissioners Tom Mills, Billy Wise and 
Louis Stout present. Conley Manning was present 
representing the State Department of Education. 
The invocation was given by Franli Simpson. 

Ray Story moved, seconded by Arthur Hawk- 
ins, that the reading of the minutes of the Sep- 
tember meeting be waived since members of the 
Board had received copies of these minutes. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

President Wheeler introduced Mr. Eldon Da- 
vidson, new Board member representing Section 
6. Mr. Davidson replaced Jim WiUiams who re- 
signed his membership on the Board when he ac- 
cepted a new position with the Somerset Board 
of Education. 

Mr. Eldon Davidson presented the eligibility 
case of Rick Barnes, a student at Monticello High 
School. Rick is ineligible under By-Law 6, Sec- 
tion 1, Transfer Rule. Following comments by Mr. 
Davidson, Rick's mother spoke before the Board 
on Rick's behalf. President Wheeler thanked Mrs. 
Barnes and assured her that her comments would 
be taken into consideration and that she would be 
informed of the decision of the Board. After a dis- 
cussion of the case, Mr. Davidson made the motion 
that the eligibility of Rick Barnes be restored. 
The motion failed for lack of a second. 

Prin. Wilbur Jamerson and Coach Frankie 
Francis of Wheelwright High School came before 
the Board to present the eligibility case of Michael 
B. King. Michael is ineligible under By-Law 6, 
Section 1, Transfer Rule, Michael is currently 
living with his grandparents in the Wheelwright 
school district. He came to them from Madison, 
Ohio, when his parents separated and he could 
no longer have a home with either. The Board re- 
stored his eligibility in that his grandparents were 
standing in place of his parents. The motion was 
made by Louie Martin and seconded by Jack 
Fultz. It carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mansfield presented the follow- 
ing eligibihty cases to the Board of Control for 
consideration, all of whom are ineligible under By- 
Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule: 

Richard Scott Lacy, Pleasure Ridge Park High 
School 

Roy Dale Richardson, Estill County High 
School 

David Allen Gray, MaysviUe High School 

Stacy Stuart, Henry Clay High School 

Chris Bastien, Barren County High School 

Eddie Raymer, Webster County High School 

After hearing the facts in the above cases, the 
Board failed to take the necessary action to re- 
store their eligibility. 



Mr. Mansfield then presented the case of 
Claude Hentcliey, a student at duPont Manual 
High School, who is inehgible under By-Law 4, 
Age. After hearing the case the Board failed to 
take tlie necessary action to restore his eligibility. 

The case of Randy Hager, a student at Phelps 
High School, who is ineligible under By-Law 5, 
Section 3, Enrollment, was then presented. Randy 
has not been in attendance for the required three 
months this semester. No action was taken to re- 
store his eligibihty. 

The Commissioner presented the case of Rick 
Stockstill, a student at Georgetown High School, 
who is ineligible under By-Law 5, Section 1, En- 
rollment. Rick was unable to attend school the 
first semester of this school year because of an 
in.iury sustained in a football scrimmage. Upon a 
motion by Ray Story and a second by Arthur 
Hawkins, the Board voted unanimously to restore 
the eligibihty of Rick Stockstill. 

The next case presented was on behaK of John 
Stone, a student at Henry Clay High School. John 
is inehgible under By-Law 5, Section 3, Enroll- 
ment. After hearing the facts in the case and 
upon a motion by Louie Martin and a second by 
Ray Story, the Board voted unanimously to re- 
store the eligibihty of John Stone at Henry Clay 
High School. 

Mr. Hendree Milward, representing the Powell, 
Walton, Milward Insurance Company, came before 
the Board to explain and offer a liabiUty poUcy 
for Board members and executive officers. After 
he completed his presentation, members of the 
Board asked several questions pertaining to situa- 
tions which would or would not be covered under 
this policy. President Wheeler then thanked Mr. 
Milward and he departed. After considerable dis- 
cussion, George Sauer made the motion that the 
Board purchase the hability poUcy from the 
Powell, Walton, Milward Insurance Company in 
the amount of one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) 
at a three year premium rate of $2,739.00. Fairce 
Woods seconded the motion and all members voted 
aye. 

Prin. Harold Storm and Ath. Dir. Hobert 
Hodges, of Laurel County High School, came be- 
fore the Board requesting that Laurel County 
High School be changed from Class AAAA, Re- 
gion III, District 2, to Class AAA, Region III, Dis- 
trict 2, in football. Mr. Storm explained that the 
reason for the request was based upon several 
things. He explained that the football program at 
Laurel County was only five years old and had 
not advanced to the level of other Class AAAA 
schools. For financial reasons he did not think his 
school could travel the required distance to com- 
pete with those schools in the district his school 
had been assigned. He presented letters from the 
principal of each of the schools in the lower class 
stating that they did not object to the move. After 
answering questions from Board members they 
thanked the Board for their time and departed. 
Following a lengthy discussion, during which it 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1975 



JANUARY, 1975 



VOL. XXXVII— No. 6 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office of Publication, 5ED E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Ke;itucky 

Editor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President W. P. WHEELER (1971-1975), Owensboro 

Vice-President LOUIE MARTIN (1972-1976), Corbin 

Directors Eldon E. Davidson (1974-1977), Monticello; 

Andrew J. Fultz (19721976), Olive Hill; Arthur R. Hawkins 
(1972-1976), Mt. Sterling; CecU Reid (1974-1977), Symsonia; 
George E. Sauer, Jr., (1974-1978), Louisville; Frank B. 
Simpson (1972-1976), LouUville; Ray Story (1974-1978), 
Radcliff; Fairce O. Woods (1974-1975), Flemingsburg; 
Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education representative. 
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REPORTS PAST DUE 

1. Schools' Report on Football Officials 

2. Officials Report on Schools (Football) 



Approved and Certified Officials 

A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered offi- 
cials qualified for the advanced rating of Ap- 
proved and Certified as a result of the National 
Federation Basketball examination which was 
given in Kentucky on December 2, 1974. Only of- 
ficials receiving these higher ratings are eligible 
to work in the district and regional tournaments. 
Only Certified officials are eligible to work in the 
State Tournament. 

Basketball officials who qualified for ad- 
vanced ratings during the current season are as 
follows: 

CERTIFIED OFFICIALS 



Acton, Claude J. 
Adams, James C. 
Agee, Danny B. 
Allen, Doug 
Allen, Nelson R. 
Allgood, Russell L. 
Anders, Raleigh 
Anderson, Edward L. 
Bailey, Jimmy Hershel 
Banks, Buddy 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Bell, Gary M. 
Bell, Henry B. 
Bell, Robert J. 
Bell, Ronald 
Bertsch, Ron 
Beshears, Jim 
Biter, Charles D. 
Black, Willis L. 
Blackwood, Thomas W. 
Blankenbaker, W. Larry 
Blevins, Boone 
Bramble, James 
Brashear, Loy Ray 
Brause, Allan R. 
Bridges, Ralph L. 
Briggs, Bruce E. 
Brock, Alben 
Brock, John D. 
Brock, John H. 



Brockman, Gerald K. 
Brown, Billy C. 
Brown, E. C. 
Brown, John W. "Scoop" 
Brown, Lyman D. 
Browning, Wayne 
Bruner, Jack S. 
Burch, Bill 
Burgess, Jack 
Burgess, Jim R. 
Butcher, Douglas 
Butcher, Granville "Bo" 
Butner, Billy M. 
Call, Barbara 
Camacho, Marcus 
Carlberg, John H. 
Carr, Larry 
Cash, Charles 
Gates, BiUy C. 
Chowning, Charlotte 
Clater, James F. 
Cobb, Mike 
Cochran, Ray D. 
CoUey, Lynn W. 
Collins, Hubert 
Combs, Henry B. 
Congleton, S. Jay 
Cooper, Warren 
Copley, Sidney M. 
Cox, Ken 



Cox, Rufus A. 
Crager, Bobby F. 
Cravens, Robert L., Jr. 
Dame, L. J. 
Daniel, Roger T. 
Daniels, Robert A. 
Dant, Joseph B. 
Davis, Thomas A. 
Davis, Tom 
Day, Bill E. 
Day, Rick L. 
Day, Roy E. 
Dennedy, Bob 
DeVary, Bill 
Dillihay, Ralph E. 
Dixon, Ronald R. 
Dobson, Kenneth 
Doll, Allen 
Dotson, Paul 
Downs, Joseph W. 
Drake, Richard 
Driskell, Earl, Jr. 
Dmevich, Roxanne 
Duerson, Wm. R. 
Duff, BircheU 
Duff, Earl 
Durbin, Hade, Jr. 
Durbin, Roy 
Duvall, Thomas J., Sr. 
Dyke, Orville D. 
Early, Robert G. 
Edwards, Ernest S., Jr. 
Edwards, James D. 
Ellington, Jerald 
Elliott, Michael Coyle 
Estes, Walter R. 
Evans, Lewis 
Farley, Jimmy 
Farmer, Bill 
Farris, Joe 
Faulk, Terry 
Feger, George 
Fetter, Susan 
Fields, Rufus, Jr. 
Finley, Albert 
Florence, Darrell 
Florence, Joe 
Floyd, Richard 
Flynn, Bobby 
Foster, Bob 
Freppon, Tom 
Fritz, Sherman 
Fuller, John R., Jr. 
Gaither, Gene 
Gardner, Howard 
Gaskin, Donald W. 
Gatterdam, Ed 
Gentry, Dale 
Gettler, John F. 
Gibson, Fred W. 
Glenn, David A. 
Golden, Billy Joe 
Goldey, William H. 
Goode, Earl A. 
Goodman, Jack 
Gordon, Roy T. 
Gorrell, Howard 
Green, Donald 
Greer, Phil 
Haas, Tom V. 
Hackett, Wilbur L., Sr. 
Hammons, Wendell L. 
Hall, Charles E. 
Hall, William W. 
Hamm, Gerald A. 
Hampton, Doug 
Hardin, Don G. 



Hardin, Warren G., Jr. 
Harned, Victor 
Harper, Robie 
Harris, Billy- 
Harrison, Tim 
Hawkins, Donald 
Hayden, John O. 
Hayes, James V. 
Hill, James P. 
Hinton, Henry E., Jr. 
Holt, Robert E. 
Holt, Terrell W. 
Hook, Don 
Howard, James 
Hubbs, Cletus L., Jr. 
Hughes, Rufus L. 
Hummel, Thomas 
Hunt, Leonard D. 
Hutchens, Jim 
Irwin, Charlie 
Jackson, Edward 
Jackson, Robert H. 
Jansen, Jean 
Jenkins, Jerry 
Jent, Richard 
Johnson, David A. 
Johnson, Gayle 
Johnson, Harry B. 
Johnson, James M. 
Johnson, Jerry Lee 
Johnson, Walter 
Jones, Denver "Smokey" 
Jones, Frank 
Kazunas, Gerald 
Keatley, James H. 
Kelley, Larry 
King, Jim 
King, Raymond H. 
Kirk, Charles 
Klump, William Roger 
Knauer, Glen M. 
Kouns, Robert H. 
Lamar, Huston O. 
Lambert, Irvin 
Lane, Leon 
Latkovski, Anastasius 
Laubheimer, Donald 
Lawrence, Pat 
Lawson, Rondell 
Leber, Jerry 
Lefevers, Cohnan 
Lehkamp, Ken 
LequLre, H. M. 
Lieber, Patty 
Liedtke, Joe 
Lile, Clyde F. 
Linette, James M. 
Littlepage, Pryce B. 
Loeser, Alan J. 
Long, Robert F. 
Lusby, George H. 
McCarley, John W. 
McGinty, L. V., Jr. 
McKenzie, Dwight E. 
McMenama, John H. 
McMillin, Larry L. 
McPike, Ray S., Jr. 
Madon, Robert L. 
Maines, George 
Martin, Harold E. 
Martin, Sandy 
Mathis, Mike 
May, Larry 
Meredith, Denny 
Meredith, Wihnoth 
Meyer, Raymond F. 
Middleton, Johnny 



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Milbern, Daniel L. 
Miller, Bob 
Miller, Harold P. 
Monks, Ronald E. 
Montgomery, Chester 
Moore, Marvin 
Moore, Robert 
Morgan, Earl M. 
Morgan, Richard 
Morris, Larry- 
Morrison, Daniel G. 
Morse, Richard K. 
Moser, Rudy C. 
Mullins, Delores 
Murphy, Michael P. 
Murrell, Allen L. 
Murt, Gene T. 
Nelson, Clarence R. 
Omer, Harold G. 
O'Nan, Norman 
Overbey, Jerry 
Owens, Bruce E. 
Owens, Bruce Van 
Pace, Donald 
Padgett, R. K. 
Pearl, George W. 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Pence, Wm. Jerry 
Perry, James E. 
Peterson, Maggie 
Pietrowski, Paul C. 
Poe, Thomas E. 
Polvino, Geri 
Powers, Clark V. 
Quisenberry, James M. 
Racke, Jerry 
Radjunas, Ed 
Redle, Joel E. 
Reeves, Curtis 
Reliford, Paul G. 
Rhodes, Cecil 
Rich, Dennis W. 
Ring. William H. 
Roark, Forrest Glen 
Roesel, Joseph F. 
Runyon, Tommy Dean 
St. Clair, Robert L., Jr. 
Salyer, Henry E. 
Saylors. Carlee 
Sears, Wilson 
Seavers, Joe 
Sellier, Ed 
Selvy, Curt 
Shaw, Earl 
Shearer, Robert L. 
Shuck, Thomas G. 
Sigler. Susie 
Sims. Frank D. 
Singleton, Bobby L. 



Singleton, Jerry 
Skaggs, Bobby L. 
Skaggs, Robert "BUI" 
Smith, Benny L. 
Smith, James H. 
Smith, Ronald K. 
Smith, Wayne N. 
Smith, Willard N. 
Smith, William E. 
Spencer, Irvin E. 
Spoonamore, Jim 
Stark, Douglas 
Stephenson, Harry S. 
Stethen, James E. 
Stewart, Dale 
Stiff, Maurice 
Stikeleather, Clyde L. 
Stoess, Henry L. 
Stone, Sidney P. 
Stovall, Tom E. 
Strain, Richard 
Strong, Charles E. 
Stuedle, Ray 
Sullivan, Dan 
Sumner, Carl 
Taylor, Donald D., Sr. 
Taylor, Ed 
Taylor, John 
Thomas, Bill G. 
Thompson, Beth 
Thompson, Thomas A. 
Thompson, Tom D. 
Tmdall, Clifford 
Tinsley, Marion R. 
Towler, Stephen W. 
Troutman, Doyle 
Turpin, Donald W. 
Turpin, Ronald D. 
Urlage, Richard 
Vanover, J. W. 
Vanover, Wiley G. 
Vories, Richard M. 
Walters, Darwin 
Ward, Robert L. 
WeLhe, Robert J. 
Weiner. Dick 
Wells, Glenn 
Weyer, James G. 
White, William L. 
Wilferd, Shirley 
Williams, Bobby G. 
Williams, Roger 
Williams, S. Jack 
Winchester, Roy L. 
Winfrey, Shelby 
Withrow, Roy D. 
Wooton, George B. 
Wyatt, Henry S. 
Yarbrough, Roy 



APPROVED OFFICIALS 



Alexander, Darryl 
Allen, Yvon 
Appling, James 
Bair, David J. 
Baker, Janice Faye 
Baldwin, Dennis E. 
Ball, Charles Phillip 
Bertrand, Earl F. 
Bibb, Ennis W. 
Bone, Gerald W. 
Branstetter, Charles E. 
Brantley, Kenneth 
Brewer, Jerry 
Brothers, Dottie 
Browder, Homer L. 



Brown, Michael R. 
Bryant, Junmy W. 
Buckles, Thomas F. 
Bullock, James 
Bullock, Larry E. 
Butcher, Stephen 
Cecil, James Ronald 
Centers, Mike 
Clark, James Ken 
Coffman, Steve 
Collins, Ronald K. 
Conley, Joseph D. 
Connor, James R., Jr. 
Cotton, Carl W. 
Cox, James M. 



Craig, Ronald 
Crutcher, Marion 
Davis, Jay W. 
Day, Richard W. 
Dierig, Thomas H. 
Dill, J. Roger 
Divine, Wayne L. 
Dixon, Billy M. 
Dowd, Jim B. 
Dowell, Larry E. 
East, WiUiam L. 
Eaves, James K. 
Featherstone, Jerry 
Fields, Jerry W. 
Ford, Donald 
Frazier, Mac H. 
Fritz, John C. 
Froebel, Marty 
Funk, Carol Ann 
Gaddie, Gary 
Gardner, Gary 
Goodnight, Hershel 
Gray, Kenneth E. 
Greathouse, Frank C. 
Hall, Richard G. 
Hall, Ted 
Hall, Tommy D. 
Hargis, Noel K. 
Harper, James A. 
Harper, Jewell T. 
Harper, Tom C. 
Hicks, Gene 
Hill, Sue 

Holmes, Robert E. 
Holt, Larry K. 
Home, Jordan E., Jr. 
Houk, Jackie L. 
Hughes, Brenda L: 
Hutcheson, John D. 
Jackson, Dennis M. 
Jansen, Jean A. 
Jolly, Barry Thomas 
Kaufman, 

Rev. Leonardo d. 
Kercheval, David W. 
Kirk, Walter C. 
Kyner, James 
Lawson, Ronald G. 
Lee, Reggie T. 
Lewis, Kenny 
Long, Steve 
Lowdenback, Ed 
McCarthy, Steve 
McCawley, Jack D. 
McClure, Jerry 
McDowell, Benny D. 
McFall, William Roddy 
McKinney, James S. 
Marango, Kathy 



Marcum, Gary A. 
Martin, Dicky 
Maxey, Michael 
Meadors, William 
Miles, Ralph A. 
Mobley, Clarence E. 
Monhollen, Ben 
Morris, Edward Calvin 
Moss, Marvin "Tom" 
Murdach, Leslie 
Murrell, Charles W. 
Nance, David 
Napier, Charles Michael 
Newton, Danny L. 
Ogden, Paul 
Owings, Hank 
Page, James N. 
Phillippi, Jack 
Phillips, Harold D. 
Pogue, Ivan G. 
Powell, Mike 
Purcell, J. K. 
Ramsey, Mike 
Reader, Robert N., Jr. 
Robinson, Tony L. 
Rogers, Rufus B. 
Salyers, John D. 
Sams, Glenn 
Sargent, Donald F. 
Scurry, Henry L. 
Sharp, Ronnie 
Shewmaker, Wayne 
Shipp, David E. 
Shively, William E. 
Smallwood, Tahnadge 
Spalding, J. Randall 
Stevens, Irvine S. 
Stevenson, Michael G. 
Switzer, Richard J., Jr. 
Swope, Tom 
Thompson, Ronnie 
Toon, Linda 
Vance, Hunter, Jr. 
Vincent, Dale 
Votaw, Tony 
Walker, Earl 
Wallace, John E. 
Ward, Nan K. 
Webster, Norman E. 
Whistler, Thomas 
Whitaker, Charles W. 
Whitehead, Chris F. 
Williams, Becky 
Williamson, David 
Wilson, Paul 
Wood, Harold R. 
Wright, A. D. 
Yarbrough, Lynn 
Zimmerman, Ronnie D. 



Wrestling Regions 

The Board of Control set up eight regions in 
wrestling for 1974-75 school year. The region, the 
name of the manager, the site, and the schools 
assigned to each region are listed below. If your 
school plans to enter a team and is not listed in 
any region, will you please contact this office or 
the regional manager nearest you. 

Fort Campbell Region (Marshall Patterson) — 
Caldwell County, Christian County, Fort Camp- 
bell, Greenville, HopkinsviUe, Madisonville — 
North Hopkins, Marshall County. Paducah Tilgh- 
man, Trigg County, Union County, Webster 
County. 

Hardin County Region (James Smith) — 
Bowling Green, Breckinridge County, East 



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Hardin, Fort Knox, Franklin-Simpson, Hancock 
County, Henderson County, North Hardin, Owens- 
boro. West Hardin. 

West Jefferson Region (Dan Powell) — ^Doss, 
Fairdale, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, Stuart, 
Valley, Western. 

Central Jefferson Region (Larry Mann) — 
Durrett, Kentucky School f/t Bhnd, Moore, St. 
Xavier, Seneca, Trinity. 

East Jefferson Region (Bob Weenolsen) — Bal- 
lai'd. Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Waggen- 
er, Westport. 

Frankfort Region (Raymond Webb) — Boyle 
County, Danville, Frankfort, Franklin County, 
Harrison County, Jessamine County, M. M. I., Old- 
ham County, Russell County, Woodford County. 

Northern Kentucky Region (Jerry Abney) — 
Boone County, Campbell County, Conner, Holmes, 
Newport, Newport CathoUc, Simon-Kenton. 

Lexington Region (David Bunnell) — Belfry, 
Bryan Station. Henry Clay, James A. Cawood, 
Lafayette, Middlesboro, Montgomery, Oneida In- 
stitute, Tates Creek, University Breckinridge. 



INFORMATION 

STATE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL 

TOURNAMENTS 

(Boys and Girls) 

The 1975 State High School Boys and Girls 
Basketball Tournaments will be held in Freedom 
Hall, Louisville, on March 19-22 and at Eastern 
Kentucky University, Richmond, on March 26-29, 
respectively. The first session of the tournament 
is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. There are 
two sessions for each of the days, Wednesday, 
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 

On or after February 1, 1975, K.H.S. Boys' 
State Tournament, P. O. Box 7502, Lexington, 
Kentucky 40502, will accept mail orders for com- 
plete sets of tickets for the tournament. The or- 
ders for the boys' tournament will be filled after 
the schools have received the tickets allotted to 
them under the plan of distribution set up by the 
K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control. The orders from the 
300 member schools will take all the box seats on 
the sides, all the cliair seats below the boxes and 
chair seats in the center chair section. For the 
past several years those remaining have been in 
the corner and end sections. 

Tlie prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for 
the boys' tournament are as follows: end box 
seats, $32.00; side balcony chair seats, $32.00; end 
balcony chair seats, $20.00. Each order must in- 
clude a remittance of 25c for postage and insur- 
ance on the tickets, and checks should be made 
payable to K.H.S. Boys' State Tournament. Or- 
ders for individual session tickets will be accept- 
ed during the February 10-28 period, and should 
not be included with orders for complete sets of 
tickets mailed prior to that time. Tickets availa- 
ble for individual session tickets will be side 
balcony chair seats at $4.00 a session and end bal- 
cony chair seats at $2.50. All seats in Freedom 
Hall are chairs. An over-the-counter sale will be- 
gin at Freedom Hall on March 11 and continue 
through the tournament. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for 
the girls' tournament are as follows: side chair 
seats are $32.00; the side bleacher seats are $24.00 
and the end bleacher seats are $16.00. Only com- 
plete sets of tickets may be ordered by mail. 
Checks or money orders should be made payable 
to Girls' State Tournament Ticket Sales. Mail or- 



ders will be accepted on or after February 1. 
Tickets for individual sessions may be purchased 
at the tournament site any time during the tourn- 
ament. 



Attention, Swimming Coaches! 

The events for the State Swimming Meets for 
1975 will be the same as those listed in the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws, Swimming 
Regulations on pages 58-59. The only difference 
being the 400 Yard Freestyle which is 500 yards 
in the National Federation Rules. The National 
Federation Rules will be used begirming in 1975. 

The Class AAA Meets will be held at the 
Plantation Club in Louisville on February 21-22. 
The Class AA will be held at Eastern Kentucky 
University on April 4-5. The following schools 
have indicated they will have teams. 



CLASS 

Apollo 
Berea 
Beechwood 
Bellevue 
Bourbon County 
Boyd County 
Campbell County 
Conner 

Covington Catholic 
Covington Latin 
Danville 
Daviess County 
Dixie Heights 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 



AA BOYS 

Franklin County 

Highlands 

Hopkinsville 

Knott County 

Lloyd Memorial 

Model 

Murray 

Newport 

Newport Catholic 

Oneida Institute 

Russell 

Scott County 

Simon Kenton 

Woodford County 



Apollo 

Beechwood 

Berea 

Bourbon County 

Boyd County 

Campbell County 

Conner 

Danville 

Daviess County 

Dixie Heights 

Elizabethtown 

Fort Knox 

Franklin County 

Highlands 

HopkinsvUle 



GIRLS 

Kentucky Country Day 

Knott County 

LaSalette 

Lloyd Memorial 

Margaret Hall 

Model 

Murray 

Newport 

Notre Dame 

Oneida Institute 

Russell 

Scott County 

Simon Kenton 

Villa Madonna 

Woodford County 



CLASS 

Atherton 
Ballard 

Bowling Green 
Bruan Station 
Central 
DeSales 
Eastern 
Fern Creek 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 



AAA BOYS 

Moore 

Owensboro 

Paul G. Blazer 

St. Xavier 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Tates Creek 

Trinity 

Waggener 

Westport 



Assumption 
Atherton 
Ballard 

Bowling Green 
Bryan Station 
Eastern 
Fern Creek 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 



GIRLS 

Louisville Collegiate 

Moore 

Owensboro 

Paul G. Blazer 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Tates Creek 

Waggener 

Westport 






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Page Five 



Official Dickinson Ratings For The 1974 Football Season 



8 

9. 

9. 

11. 

12. 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
5. 
7. 
8. 
9. 
9. 
11. 



CLASS A 
REGION I 
Dislrict I 
Team W 

Murray 6 

Fulton 7 

Todd Central 5 

Heath 4 

Ft. Campbell 3 

Reidland 3 

7. Russellville 2 

Crittenden County 2 

Fulton County 1 

Webster County 1 

Trigg County 1 

McLean County 

District 2 

Glasgow 6 

'Warren East 6 

Green County 6 

Barren County 9 

Campbellsville 4 

Hancock County 3 

Tompl^insville 3 

Edmonson County 5 

Butler County 3 

Metcalfe County 4 

Clinton County 3 



12. Hart County 3 

13. Allen County 2 

14. Taylor County 2 

15. Gamaliel 1 

16. Caverna 

16. Cumberland County 

•Lost to Glasgow in a playoff. 

REGION II 
District I 

1. Bardstown 4 

2. Harrodsburg 4 

3. Boyle County 4 

4. Mercer County 2 

5. Anderson County 2 

6. Garrard County 1 

7. Washington County 

District 2 

1. 'Paris 3 

2. Frankfort 3 

3. "Madison 3 

4. Georgetown 3 

5. Estill County 3 

6. Sayre 2 

7. Nicholas County 1 

8. Berea 

8. M. M. I. 

'Paris defeated Frankfort and is 
••Madison defeated Georgetown 

REGION III 
District 1 

1. Beechwood 6 

2. Shelbyville 4 

3. Ludlow 4 

4. Ky. Country Day 4 

5. Carroll County 5 

6. Dayton 3 

7. Eminence 3 

8. Owen County 3 

9. Bellevue 2 

10. Trimble County 2 

11. Henry County 1 

12. Beth Haven 

District 2 

1. Lewis County 6 

2. Raceland 4 

3. Mt. Sterling 4 

4. Maysville 4 

5. Morgan County 3 

6 Fairview 3 

7. Montgomery County 4 

8. Fleming County 3 

9. Rowan County 1 

10. Bath County 1 

11. Louisa 

12. West Carter 

REGION IV 
District 1 

1. 'Lynch 2 

2. Pineville 3 

3.* 'Harlan 2 



L 

1 

2 
3 
4 
3 
5 
3 
4 
5 
5 



1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
3 
4 
4 
5 
4 
5 
6 
11 
8 



T 








1 



1 
























Rating 
25.00 
21.25 
20.00 
18.33 
15.00 
14.29 
14.00 
13.13 
12.50 
12.50 
11.67 
10.00 

25.00 
25.00 
23.75 
21.50 
20.00 
20.00 
18.00 
17.86 
15.00 
15.00 
15.00 
13.75 
13.33 
12.86 
11.43 
10.00 
10.00 



25.00 
21.25 
19.00 
17.50 
14.00 
12.50 
10.00 

23.75 
23.75 
20.00 
20.00 
17.50 
15.00 
12.50 
10.00 
10.00 



District Champion 



10, 









30.00 


2 





21.25 


2 


1 


20.71 


3 





19.45 


3 





18.13 


5 


1 


15.00 


4 





15.00 


5 


1 


12.14 


6 





11.43 


4 





10.00 









25.00 










22.50 




2 





20.00 


8, 
9. 


1 





18.00 


3 





17.50 


4 





15.71 




5 





15.00 




3 





15.00 




4 





13.33 




4 





13.33 


1 


6 





11.43 


? 


5 





10.00 


3. 

4. 








27.50 


5. 








25.00 


6. 





1 


21.25 


7. 


1 





19.00 


8. 


2 


1 


18.75 


9. 


2 


2 


18.22 


10. 


1 


1 


18.00 


11. 


4 


1 


15.00 




5 


1 


12.85 




5 





11.67 


1. 
2. 
3 


6 


1 


11.45 


6 





10.00 








4. 








5. 


2 





17.50 


6 


1 





17.50 


7. 


2 





15.00 


8. 



4. WiUiamsburg 2 2 15.00 

5. Lynn Camp 4 10.00 

•Lynch defeated Pineville and is District Champion 

••Harlan defeated Williamsburg 
District 2 

1. Elkhorn City 8 

2. Paintsville 3 

3. PikeviUe 4 

4. MuUins 6 

5. Fleming-Neon 5 

6. Jolins Creek 3 

7. Wheelwright 3 

8. Virgie 1 

9. Jenkins 1 

Phelps 

CLASS AA 
REGION I 
District 1 
Mayfield 5 

Hopkinsville 4 

Paducah Tilghman 3 

Christian County 4 

Marshall County 2 

Franklin-Simpson 1 

Bowling Green 1 

Caldwell County 1 

Lone Oak 1 

District 2 

Owensboro 8 

Owensboro Catholic 7 

Henderson County 6 

Union County 3 

Madisonville-N. Hopkins 3 

Daviess County 3 

Apollo 2 

Ohio County 1 

Henderson 1 

REGION II 
District I 

North Hardin _... 7 

, Bullitt Central 7 

Elizabetlitown 6 

Breckinridge County 4 

, Meade County 5 

East Hardin 2 

Oldham County 2 

LaRue County 3 

Marion County 2 

Shelby County 1 

Fort Knox 

Nelson County 

Warren Central 

District 2 

Somerset 4 

•Danville 4 

••Woodford County 4 

Scott County 4 

Lincoln County 3 

Casey County 1 

Harrison County 1 

Jessamine County 1 

Bourbon County 

•Danville defeated Woodford County 
•'Woodford County defeated Scott County 

REGION III 
District 1 

Newport Catholic 6 

Memorial 7 

•Highlands 6 

Covington Catholic 3 

Campbell County 5 

Newport 3 

Simon-Kenton 4 

Conner 3 

Dixie Heights 3 

Holmes 2 

Boone County 

•Highlands defeated Covington Catholic 

District 2 

Henry Clay 5 

Paul G. Blazer 3 

Clark County 3 

Lafayette 2 

Bryan Station 2 

Madison Central 

Franklin County 

Tates Creek 



1 





25.00 


1 


1 


21.88 


1 


1 


19.50 


2 





18.33 


2 





15.00 


4 


1 


14.17 


3 





12.50 


4 


1 


12.50 


4 





12.00 








25.00 


1 





21.25 


2 





18.75 


4 


1 


14.38 


4 





14.29 


5 





13.75 


6 





12.50 


5 


1 


12.15 


7 





11.25 








27.50 








25.00 


1 





21.25 


3 





18.58 


4 





17.23 


3 





16.00 


3 





16.00 


4 





14.29 


3 





14.00 


5 





11.67 


6 





10.00 


fi 





10.00 


4 





10.00 








27.50 


1 





21.25 


1 





21.25 


1 





21.25 


1 





18.75 


3 





12.50 


3 





12.50 


4 





12.00 


5 





10.00 



1 





23.75 


2 





21.25 


3 





20.00 


2 





20.00 


3 





17.50 


4 


1 


16.88 


4 





16.25 


4 


1 


15.63 


5 





13.75 


5 


2 


13.33 


9 

tholi 




c 


10.00 








20.00 





1 


18.75 


1 





17.50 


3 





16.00 


2 





15.00 


2 


2 


13.75 


3 


1 


11.25 


4 





10.00 



Page Six THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1975 

REGION IV George Sauer moved, seconded by Fairce Woods, 

District 1 that the request be granted. All members voted 

1. Middlesboro 7 27.50 gyg 

3 LaurS County "II'IIIIII 3 2 18.00 ■'^° action was taken on requests from Carroll 

4! Cumberland ._~..~ 2 11 17.50 County High School, Trimble County High School 

5! James A. Cawood 2 2 1 16.00 and Madisonville North Hopkins High School to 

?-.!5°='^Sf '3? 'Cp^ty III i?nn change to other districts or regions within their 

7.**Russell County 2 2 15.00 ^ /-n 

8. Wayne County 2 2 15.00 present Class. 

9.***Knox Central 3 5 13.75 The Commissioner recommended that the fol- 
io. Bell County 3 5 13.75 lowing regulations concerning the fees for districts, 

12" eCm"^ '^°""*^ 6 I 5 looo regional and state basketball tournament officials 

♦Rockcastle 'defeated" RusVell County ' be adopted. The district tournament officials shall 

'■'Russell County defeated Wayne County receive a fee of $30.00 per game, the regional 

•"Knox Central defeated Bell County tournament officials shall receive a fee of $35.00 

1 „ , r-^..^*,. District 2 pgj, gajng aj-i{j ^he State Tournament officials shall 

1. Boyd County 5 30.00 ^ p ^.^ „„ _ mi j. j. i- n 

2. Russell . 3 10 23.75 receive $40.00 per game. The transportation allow- 

3. Hazard 3 10 21.25 ance shall be 10c per mile for all necessary travel. 

4. Belfry 3 2 20.00 jn the event that it is necessary for the official 

6 Leliie°"cou^nty 1'"" 3 2 Vim to remain over night at the tournament site, he 

1. M. c. Napier _"I II-II 3 3 16.67 or she shall be paid an additional $20.00 per day 

8. Greenup County 3 4 14.29 for lodging and meals. The same rates shall apply 

10 Eas"^ ckr^e^r"^""^^ 1 3 i2'50 "° ^oth boys and girls tournament officials. Cecil 

11. whitesbm-" „II III-I 14 12^00 Reid moved, seconded by Frank Simpson, that 

12. Breathitt County 7 10.00 the regulations recommended by the Commissioner 

CLASS AAA be adopted. The motion was carried unanimously. 

REGION I Coaches Rondel Dunavent of Owen County 

District I High School; Larry McMilUan, Oldham County 

1. Trinity 4 22.50 High School; George Schneider of Covington 

3 DeSaieV 2 2 1500 Catholic High School; Jim Conner of Boone Coun- 

4.' Shawnee .I~--~I— I— II 13 12^50 ty High School; Bill Crumbaugh and John Peter- 

5. Iroquois 4 10.00 son of Franklin County High School came before 

District 2 the Board to present a recommendation on pro- 

2 B*'h^^^'rf 'd 3 10 18 75 posed changes in the present playoff method in 

3. Atoerton '^r!— IIIIIIIIIIII 2 2 15.00 baseball. Coach Dunavent informed the Board that 

4.' duPont Manual 13 12.00 much study and effort had been given to tneir 

5. Central -_--— - 4 10.00 proposal and through other members of the group 

REGION II jjg(j contacted baseball coaches throughout the 

.. District 1 state and found almost all coaches in favor of the 

2. *pfeasure"Ridge~lPark"IIIII_2 2 15^00 recommended change. Following a question and 

z. Butler II 2 2 15.00 answer period, President Wheeler thanked the 

4.' 'Western 13 12.50 coaches for coming and assured them that a com- 

^' •pre'lsu;rRidie'Pa;k defiited Butler ' plete study would be made and a decision ren- 

••Western defeated Doss dered by the Board as soon as possible. Coach 

District 2 Dunavent and his group thanked the Board for 

1. Jeffersontown 3 23.33 their time and depai-ted. The Board then directed 

s' FerT^Creek^"""" 1 2 ill Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout to work with 

4. Moore I_III.I.IIIII_ 3 10.00 this group in drawing up a proposal to be for- 

District 3 warded to all schools with the results being pre- 

1. Stuart 2 10 20.00 sented to the Board during their January meeting. 

I FaifdaiT 1 2 16.'67 Assistant Commissioner Tom Mills reported 

i. Durrett .I_— II.II IIIIII 12 13133 that the football championsliip playoffs continue 

District 4 to be successful. Financial reports have been re- 

1. •Westport 2 11 21.88 ccived from all game managers, indicating that all 

I' BaUard V'W.V 2 11 21 88 expenses have been paid with shares of profit 

4. Waggener "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 2 11 21.88 having been sent to the schools involved. The re- 

5. Eastern 4 10.00 ceipts of the Class AAA final game held in Louis- 

'Westpor t defeated Seneca in Playoff yjUg was up slightly over the finals for 1973. The 

receipts for Classes A and AA finals held in Rich- 

BOARD MINUTES mond were slightly under tlie comparable figures 

(Continued from Page One) foi' 19'^3. After a discussion concerning an addi- 

was pointed out that many other schools were tional amount to be allotted to each team taking 

faced with the same problem and to approve this part m the fmal games, Frank Simpson moved, 

request could start a trend which would destroy seconded by Fau-ce Woods, that each of the six 

the classification systems, the Board refused to teams involved shall receive an additional amount 

approve this request of $500.00. The motion carried unanimously. 

A request was received from Cumberland Mr. Mansfield stated that after receiving sev- 

High School, requesting that they be permitted to eral requests to change golf to a fall sport that he 

change from Class AA to Class A. The Board did had conducted a survey of the schools involved, 

not take action on this request. The results were 100 schools favored leaving goU 

Requests were received from Henderson High a spring sport while 86 stated they would prefer 

School and Corbin High School that they be al- it be changed to a fall sport. No action was taken 

lowed to move from a lower to a higher class and by the Board to make this change, 

assigned to a new district and region. Since this Mr. Mansfield presented the request of Judy 

has been the policy of the Board in the past, Morris, President of the Kentucky Girls Sports' 



I 
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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1975 



Page Seven 



Association that the organization be allowed a 
voting meinber on the Delegate Assembly and 
that the district basketball manager withhold 
$3.00 from district receipts to pay for two coaches' 
membership for each school. The Board ordered 
the Commissioner to submit a referendum to the 
principals to permit the president of this group to 
be a voting member at the Delegate Assembly. 
Ray Story moved, seconded by Frank Simpson, 
that this request be granted. All members voted 
aye. 

Mr. Mansfield reported that it was deemed 
advisable to employ a different firm to audit the 
books of the K.H.S.A.A. He recommended that the 
firm of Monroe and Associates of Lexington be 
employed. Cecil Reid moved, seconded by Louie 
Martin, that the recommendation of the Commis- 
sioner be approved. All members voted aye. 

Fairce Woods reported that many schools in 
his area were having a problem with officials not 
reporting for their assigned games in basketball. 
Other members of the Board reported the same 
problem. Following a discussion of the situation, 
Commissioner Mansfield was instructed to inform 
all assigning secretaries that failure to show up 
for an assigned game by an official, unless provi- 
dentially prevented from doing so, is cause for 
suspension for a one year period since this is a 
violation of By-Law 28, Sections 7 and 8. 

Assistant Commissioner Mills requested that 
the Board consider changing the date for the draw- 
ing for the State Basketball Tournament from 
February 22 to February 21. This would permit 
the drawing to take place on Educational Tele- 
vision where it could be viewed throughout Ken- 
tucky. Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Jack 
Fultz, that this change be approved. All members 
voted aye. 

President Wheeler appointed George Sauer, 
Arthur Hawkins and Louie Martin to serve on a 
Committee to study and make recommendations 
on athletic insurance coverage for member schools. 
This Committee is to report its findings to the 
Board at the January meeting. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by Fairce Woods, 
that all bills of the Association for the period be- 
ginning September 1, 1974, and ending November 
30, 1974, be allowed. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

The next meeting date for the Board was 
scheduled for January 24, 1975, at 9:30 A.M., at 
Stouffers Inn in Louisville. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned at 2:30 P.M. 



Supplementary List of 
Registered Basketball Officials 

(List Compiled December 12) 
If the telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 
Abel. Jan, Box 286, McGregor, Eastern Ky. University, 

Richmond 40475, 625-3197 
Alcorn, Charles B., Rt. 2, Stanford 40484, 365-2664 
Alexander, Don, RFD 1, Box 112C, Wilmore 40390, 858-3048 
Amlung, J. Dara, 3323 Allison Way, Louisville 40220, 458- 

6155, 636-3461 
Ashley, Terry, Lot 28, Skyline Mobile Home Park, Bowl- 
ing Green 42101 
Baker, Joyce, 112 Calmet Terr., Lexington 40504 
Baker, Ronald, 1132 Centurian Road, Lexington 40502, 

272-1260, 254-6412, Ext. 208 
Bell. Billy, 1006 Kelsey Street, Sturgis 42459, 333-2768 
Bernardini, Bruno, 5018 B Hammonl Heights, Ft. Camp- 
bell 42223, 798-6874, 7S8-4214 



Berry, Mark, 119 Adams Street, Berea 40403, 986-4047 
Bisliop, Paul, 2701 E. Towers Dr., Apt. 310, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45238 
Blackburn, Rickey Lee, Huddy 41535, 353-4341 
Blankenship, Kathy, 400 W. Maple, Nicholasville 40356, 

885-3576, 257-2149 
Brantley, Delmer L., Rt. 2, Box 37, Corydon 42406, 533- 

6415 
Braey, Barbara, 9722 Lanesboro Way, Louisville 40222 
Bridgman, Don, Rt. 2, MonticeUo 42633, 348-8521, 679-1441 
Bruner, Larry, Rt. 10, Box 664, London 40741, 864-8957 
Bumpus, Al, Jr. 622 1st Street, Henderson 42420, 827-2231, 

827-2231 
Butler. Larry, 6704 Pendleton, Valley Station 40272 
Bystrek, Thomas, 111 E. O'Bryon Avenue, Bardstown 

40004 
Campbell, David, Haddix 41331, 666-7064, 666-2359 
Carver, Vivien, Rt. 6, Scottsville 42164 237-3889, 257-1205 
Cobb, Michael E., Frakes 40940, 337-5796 
Coleman, Lloyd T., Rt. 7, Box F-43, ShelbyviUe 40065, 

633-2579 
Collier, Johnny M., 511 Greenbrier, Nicholasville 40356, 

885-4633, 885-9213 
Conn, Dianna, Betsy Layne 41605, 478-6830, 478-2531 
Cooksey, Rex "David", 526 Virginia St., Ashland 41101, 

324-6049 
Cox, Robert Douglas, McDaniels 40152, 257-8826, 756-2186 
Coyle, Edgar P., Jr., 409 Edgewood Drive, Nicholasville 

40356, 885-6869, 885-4414 
Dahlenburg, Douglas, 910 Virginia Ave., Florence 41042, 

371-6516 
Darling, Brian, 425 S. 5th St., Suite 305, Louisville 40202 
Davenport, Sonya, Rt. 2, Box 685, Pineville 40977 
Davis, Bobby, 73 Zeikoua Dr., ShelbyviUe 40065, 633-6167 
Davis. Darlavne, B-12 Wesley Apts., ShelbyviUe 40065, 

633-6014. 875-5520 
Davis, Dennis R., Rt. 1, Waynesburg 40489, 365-7775, 236- 

8400 
Davis, James C, 613 Hopewell, Madisonville 42431, 825- 

2148 
Davis, Larry, 3229 West Kentucky, Louisville 40211, 772- 

3106 
Denham, Harry, 506 Forest Avenue, Maysville 41056 
Denny, Robert R., 106 Whitley Ave., Stanford 40484, 365- 

2212, 236-5024 
Dobson, Jon Barry, Rt. 4, Babbland Drive, Paducah 

42001, 898-3756 
Douthwaite, Donald D., 5754 Biscayne Ave., Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45211, 574-2238, 574-2238 
Dunn Allen, 813 Warfield Place, Lexington 40505, 254-4683, 

254-4683 
Edelen, Cheri (Raque), 3000 Talisman Road, Louisville 

40220, 456-4594, 456-4594 
Edmondson, Johnny B., R. R. 1, Glencoe 41046, 643-5288 
Edwards, Wayne, 505 Durham Street, Greensburg 42743 
Ellis, Ray, A-35 Oaks Mobile Home Park, Mt. Washington 

40047, 491-1810 (Bus.) 
Foster, J. W., R. R. 1, Oil Frankfort Rd., Versailles 40383, 

846-4121, 277-8703 
Fox Joanna, Drakesboro 42337 
Gardner, Howard, 829 McCullum, Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-6273 
Gilbert, Howard, 829 McCullum, Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-6273 
Gilbert, Jerry William, Rt. 1, Berea 40403, 986-4695 
Gillespie, Steve, 153 East Broadway, Richmond 40475 
Glass, Vickie L., Box 219, McGregor Hall, Eastern Ky. 

Univ., Richmond 40475, 625-3486 
Goodnight, Hershel, Jr., 424 Breckinridge Street, Franklin 

42134 
Grenough, Helen B., 3109 Vogue Ave., Louisville 40220, 

454-0225 
Gutterman, Jim, 4611 Garda Drive, Louisville 40219, 584- 

7988 
Hale, Roger, Box 432, Beaver Dam 42320, 274-7542, 274-7128 
Halgash. Kenneth L. 637 N. Third Street, Bardstown 

40004, 348-6119 
Hancock, Lisa Lynn, Rt. 3, Box 205, Henderson 42420, 

521-7728, 521-7003 
Hansel, Robert, Pine Mountain Settl. School, Pine Moun- 
tain 40864, 558-4480, 589-4044 
Harned, Delano, Custer 40115, 536-3187, 774-7364 (Louis- 
ville) 
Harp, R. Kenneth, 3522 Brookview Drive, Lexington 

40503 272-5148 
Harrington, Timothy D., 903 Edgefield Drive, Bowling 

Green 42101, 842-8321 
Harris, Billy, P. O. Box 97, Cleaton 42332, 754-4410 
Heidorn, Steven H., P. O. Box 216 Harrodsburg 40330, 

734-2834, 734-2834 
Helline, Mary, Room 123 South, Western Ky. Univ., Bowl- 
ing Green 42101, 748-4173 
Hensley, Mark, Rt. 3, Stanford 40484, 236-8400 (Bus.) 
Heylmann, Tracy, Forrer Hall Transylvania Univ., Lex- 
ington 40508, 233-8852, 233-8852 



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Hoben, Mary Jane, 3404 Grandview Ave., Louisville 40207 

895-1269 
Hobson. Wayne, 4601 Shenandoah Drive, Louisville 40222 

426-7656, 589-6692 
Hopperton, Bill. 1st & Main Street, Petersburg 41080, 

534-5479, 241-4260 
Hostetler, Nancy, Riverside Christian School, Lost Creek 

41348, 666-2359, 666-2359 
Hurt, Thomas G., 122 Hamilton Ave., Lancaster 40444 792- 

3067. 792-2312 
Hutchinson, Jack, 281 Winn Way Drive, Lexington 40503, 

277-3990, 277-3990 
Jaggers. John C, Rt. 3, Princeton 42445, 365-3196, 365-5536 
Jamison, Harold, 127 Mills Ave., Flemingsburg 41041. 849- 

2458, 845-9051 
Johnson, Frank, Box 251, Guthi-ie 42234, 485-2344 
Johnson. W. E., Box 132 Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-3670, 

498-9175 
Johnson. W. Lynn. P. O. Box 329, Morehead 40351, 784- 

5393, 845-2551, Ext. 228 
Jones, Thoinas Varnell, 1538 Scott Drive, Madisonville 

42431, 821-3684, 821-1720 
Jurasin, James. 6803 SunnyhiU Rd,, Louisville 40228, 239- 

7617 
Kaufman, Leonardo, Rev., 2208 W. Madison Street, Louis- 
ville 40211, 772-2971, 778-3794 
Kent, Charlie, 3527 Bells Lane, Louisville 40211, 776-0010, 

748-2875 
Kirkpatrick. Thomas H., Box 317, New Castle 40050, 845- 

2700, 845-2775 
Knapke. Wilbur L., Jr., 1323 Stephen Foster Dr., Lexing- 
ton 40502, 272-4201, 253-3481, Ext. 48 
Lansdale, Jerry G., Rt, 1, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-0083, 498- 

2660 
Latkovski, Andy. 1530 Quadrant Ave., Louisville 40205, 

451-5472, 582-4551 
Liles Tony, 729 Center St., Henderson 42420, 827-1706 
Lisehora, Barbara, Box 220, McGregor, Eastern Ky Univ 

Richmond 40475, 625-3486 

^°"4650^,^269-3400^' ^^^ '^°^'^^ ^'^- ^^^^ ^^^' Lexington 
Long. Scottie J., 2425 N. Park Dr., Apt. 1, Henderson 

Lynch, Donnie. 103 South Mantle, Elizabethtown 42701 

769-2941, 765-6575 
McAnally, Tom, 5307 Rookwood Rd., Louisville 40218 

968-0298, 447-3442 
McCord, Floyd D., 1945 Brent Street, Paris 40361, 987-1619 

233-2000, Ext. 2583 
McGuffin, Artie, 9715 Anita Blvd., Valley Station 40272 

937-6484 
McPherson. Lanny, Rt. 4, Russellville 42276 
McReynolds, Den, Lot #20, Rucker Trailer Ct., Flemings- 
burg 41041, 845-0231, 845-9331 
Madison, Keith, 1633 Chestnut, Apt. 4, Bowling Green 

42101, 781-5501 
Mang Berry W., Jr., 1624 Woodburn, Covington 41014 

261-9932, 632-8645 
Manning, Bill, Rt. 1, Box 137, Pine Knot 42635, 354-2053 
Mardis, John A., 890 Fairview E212, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-6597 
Marlow, Charles, Bradfordsville 40009, 337-3397 
Marquart, Jerome M., 10410 Natl Trwpk, Fairdale 40118, 

368-2269 
Marshall, Donna W„ 1757 Hawthorn W.E., Lexington 

40505, 299-4322, 299-9211 .t-e-xingion 

'^''40564^2T7^6''257^- "^'^ Alexandria Dr., 8-A, Lexington 

^'''k»%'^q-!?/^"*' Stadium Dorm, K.W.C., Owensboro 42301, 

Meuth, Richard, Box 163, Smith Mills 42457, 533-6945 827- 

5305 ' 

Morris, Bobby, 1105 S. 9th St., Mayfield 42066, 247-5312, 

Morrison, Donnie R., 110 Howell, Apt. 4B, Campbells- 
ville 42718, 465-7681, 465-8774 

Munz, Barry D., 935 Clarks Lane, Louisville 40217 634- 
0350. 772-3621. Ext. 241 

Murray, James. Rt. 1, Salvisa 40372 

'^''"40?04!''278-8072 ^"'^ larkspur Rd., Apt. 21C, Lexington 

Norment. William B.. Jr., 205 South Elm Street, Hender- 
son 42420, 826-3330, 827-5353 

Owens, Bonnie, 1323 Center St., Bowling Green 42101, 

Owens, Debra. 41 S. Alves St.. Henderson 42420, 826-5039 
Owens, Ronnie Lee, R. R. 6, Box 611, London 40741 864- 
8862, 864-5125 

Parrott. Brenda, Rt. 3, Box 145, Bardstown 40004 348- 

8459 
Parrott, Sharon, Box 542, Pineville 40977, 337-6327 248- 

3968 
Partin, Thomas, McKee 40447, 287-8268 
Peden, Harlon C, II, General Delivery, Dixon 42409. 639- 

9721 



Pendleton, Sara H., Rt. 1, Sebree 42455, 835-2507, 827-2506 
Perry. Deborah, 402 Nunn Hall, Morehead St Univ., 

Morehead 40351, 783-3520 
Perry, Herman, 1224 Dale Avenue, Frankfort 40601, 223- 

5403, 695-2100 
Powell, Sallie, Box 108, Ky. Wesleyan, Owensboro 42301, 

683-9297 
Pujda, Janice A., Box 137, Miller Hall, Eastern Ky. Univ., 

Richmond 40475, 625-5188, 622-4108 
Quisenberry, Larry T., 4606 Hurstbourne Lane, Louisville 

40299, 491-7051, 452-8011 
Rader, Doug, McKee 40447, 287-7303, 287-7124 
Ray, Debbie, 429 N. Main Street, Lebanon 40033, 692-2309, 

348-9224 
Raybourne. Pat L., 616 Cardiff Lane, Lexington 40503, 

277-1618 
Reed, J. Andrew, Elsie 41422, 349-2899 
Reliford, Paul, 805 Chippewa W.W., Ashland 41101, 325- 

7457, 324-3766 
Richardson, Bob, 1672 Marshall, Henderson 42420 
Richards, Janet, Dorm II, Georgetown College, George- 
town 40324, 863-7188 (Bus.) 
Richardson. Steve, Box 935, Centre College, Danville 

40422 236-5727 
Rister. Mrs. Gloria F., Box 213, Garrett 41630, 358-4428 
Roberts, Teri, 201 Eric Court, Louisville 40219, 964-6955, 

968-5321 
Roll, Peggy F., 302 A Alto Street, Hazard 41701, 439-1215, 

436-2191 
Ruf, Linda C, 4243 Regina Lane, Louisville 40213, 458-3518, 

625-4223 
Russell, Clem, 1614 Fernwood, Louisville 40205, 451-4171, 

778-0791 
Rutledge, Ken, 709 Kingston Road, Lexington 40505, 299- 

5698. 255-5631, Ext. 185 
Ryan, Allen L., Box 942, Centre College, Danville 40422, 

236-5725, 236-5727 
Sands. Sheila K.. CPO 1889 Berea Coll., Berea 40403 
Schmitt, Nancy J., 1619 Deer Park, Louisville 40205, 458- 

9065 
Schneider. Beverly P., 3332 Overbrook Drive, Lexington 

40502, 277-5337 
Schneider, Ronald, 269 St. Agnes Circle, Ft. Wright 41011, 

331-1144 
Schosser, Robert H., 259 Oak Street, Benham 40807, 848- 

2297. 848-5451 
Schumacher. Jim, 318 East Second Street, Maysville 

41056, 564-4665, 759-7625 
Schutte, Bruce M., 2646 Kings Highway, Louisville 40205, 

459-4179, 584-8157, Ext. 377 
Schutte. George, 3501 Fountain Drive, LouisviUe 40218 
Scott, Sidney H., 510 Short Cut Road, Albany 42602, 387- 

5284, 387-5186 
Sellier, Edward, 520 Cricklewood. Lexington 40505, 299- 

8042 
Selvy. Curt, 103 Steele, Corbin 40701, 528-4677, 528-4677 
Sensibaugh, Ron, Box 966, Danville 40422, 236-5727 
Serwna, Fred J., Rt. 3, Flemingsburg 41041, 849-2211, 

849-2211 
Settles, Jeffrey K., Route 3A, Springfield 40069, 262-5766 
Sexton, Carolyn, Box 669, Neon 41840, 855-4015 
Shannon, Dennis, c/o Clay Hall, Transylvania Univ., Lex- 
ington 40508, 233-8386 
Sheffer, Bert, 2010 Jamerson Dr., Henderson 42420, 826- 

4197 
Shreve, Tim, 3805 Kingsbury Drive, Louisville 40207, 893- 

3556 452-3177 
Shufelt.' David, 520 Gay Street, Brandenburg 40108, 422- 

3833, 624-7030 
Shull, David M., 5303 Skylight Drive, Louisville 40258, 

447-7806 
Singleton, Bobby, 5711 Omega Street, Louisville 40258, 

937-4712 452-3673 
Sirls, Brenda, Rt. 5, Benton 42025, 354-6900 
Slone, Carson, Box 367. Hindman 41822, 785-3545, 785-3166 
Skaggs. Dennis Keith, 1002 Atkinson St., Henderson 42420, 

827-3478 
Skees, Albert R„ 9606 Janna Dr., Louisville 40272, 935- 

4754, 937-4603 
Skelton, Sherry, 206 West Mignon, Morehead St. Univ., 

Morehead 40351, 783-4454 
Skowronski. Mary E.. 332 South Hall, Western Ky. Univ., 

Bowling Green 42101, 748-3984 
Small, Linda D., Box 273 McGregor, EKU, Richmond 

40175, 625-2482 
Smith. Betty. 606 Mignon Hall, Morehead St. Univ., More- 
head 40351, 783-4187, 783-4187 
Smith, David E., 114 Crescent Avenue, Apt. C-4, Louis- 
ville 40206, 895-4458, 776-7170 
Smith, Earl (Skip) P., 311 Dupree Hall, Richmond 40475, 

825-4105, 287-7376 
Smith, James H., Rt. 1, Box 437, South Shore 41175, 932- 

4497 
Sparks, Danny, General Delivery, Olive HiU 41164, 286- 
5562, 286-2000 



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Spivey, Ronald, 118 Baughman Avenue, Danville 40422, 

236-6144, 236-6144 
Sorrell, Tommy, 302 Brockton, Richmond 40475 
Spears, Tracy, 707 West Hwy. 80, Somerset 42501, 678- 

4701, 636-6443 
Stark, Allan D., R. R. 2, Bedford 40006, 255-7311, 347-9981 
Steinberg, Morton H., 10404 Nanka Road, Louisville 40272, 

937-1383 456-3131 
Stephens, Darrell Ray, Rt. 1, Box 119, Pine Knot 42635, 

354-2954 
Stinson, Charles L., 105 Bedford Court, Horse Cave 42749, 

786-2663, 786-2388 
Stewart, Linda, 1339 Bordeaux Ct., Lexington 40504, 233- 

0267 
Stoess, Henry L., 314 Kavanaugh Road, Crestwood 40014, 

241-4196 239-3204 
Stone, Myr'a, Box 224, Clay City 40312, 663-2924, 663-4504 
Storment, Harold L., 1706 Dundee Road, Louisville 40205, 

459-2280 
Strong, Logan, Haddix 41331 
Stuart, Louis H., 3447 Saybrook Road, Lexington 40503, 

278-7304 
Sumner, Carl. 8711 Cedar Creek Road, Fern Creek 40291, 

239-0783, 459-1030, Ext. 205 
Swaim, Anne, 235 Wayne Dr., Apt. B-25, Richmond 40475, 

623-8731 
Switzer. Richard J., Jr., 3 Circle Dr., Florence 41042, 371- 

3910, 581-0158 
Szyper, Richard T., 9210 Walt Lee Rd., Louisville 40291, 

239-7127, 361-2605 
Tackett. Tommy, Hellier 41534, 754-5501 
Taylor, Bill, P.O. Box 169, Crestwood 40014, 241-9749, 222- 

9469 
Taylor, Carl D., 408 Bellefonte-Princess Rd., Ashland 

41101. 325-2606, 325-9751 
Taylor, Dale, Box 780, Somerset 42501, 379-2772, 678-8111 
Taylor, David Y. 1302 Lago Drive, Frankfort 40601. 695- 

1153, 564-3040 
Taylor, Janet M., 108 Sunset Ave., Richmond 40475, 622- 

3232 (Bus.) 
Thomas, Carmen J., P. O. Box 623, Owingsville 40360, 

674-6240 
Thompson, Gary, Route 1, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-0745, 

233-2000. Ext. 2767 
Thompson, George, Calvin 40813 
Thompson, Larry E., 1603 Gagel Avenue, Louisville 40216. 

367-1637, 933-1133 
Thornton, Robbie Miss, 1040 Cross Keys, Apt 6, Lexing- 
ton 40504, 278-5762 
Tippett, Charles R., Route 8, Box A, Frankfort 40601, 

875-2260, 875-2822 
Tipton Larry J., 253 Eastridge, Paris 40361, 987-4722, 987- 

1395 
Toombs, Lynn, Rt. 6, Box 435-A, Clarksville, Tennessee 

37040, 387-2477, 645-4449 
Towe, Steve, Rt. 6, Box 315, Scottsville 42164, 622-6234 
Tucker, Charles N., 5353-B KeUey Street, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-5063, 624-2816 
Turner, Keenan V., Box 132, McKee 40447, 364-5061, 287- 

7693 
Tuitele, Matthew V. L., 203 Mlllbrooke Drive, Hopkins- 

ville 42240, 886-8371, 886-4484 
Tyler, Allan L., 622 Clay Street, Henderson 42420, 826-4066 
Tyre, Don, 316 Senate Drive, Frankfort 40601, 223-3668 

254-6612, Ext. 211 (Lexington) 

Urlage, Constance M., 822 Highland Avenue, Ft Thomas 

41075, 441-5513, 625-2584 
Vanover, Wiley G., Jackhorn 41825, 855-2441, 855-2441 
Van Sickle, Ricky, 5th Street, Uniontown 42461, 822-4774 

389-1241 

Varner, Sally, 737 Kingston Rd., Lexington 40505. 299- 
4145, 233-8473 

Vaughn, Ronnie J., P. O. Box 92, Ferguson 42533, 678-5655 
Veil, Richard J., 1014 Sylvia Street, LouisviUe 40217, 634- 
8029 

Wallin, Charles, 668 Northside Dr., Lexington 40505, 299- 
8639, 255-4281, Ext. 194 

Wallen, D. Michael, Rt. 32, Trailer 49, Morehead 40351 
784-4059 

Wallenfelsz, David, 2214 Espy Lane, Flatwoods 41139, 836- 
5422, 836-8112 

Walter, W. C, 3208 Mid Dale Lane. Louisville 40220, 459- 
6330, 426-2000, Ext. 257 

Walters, James, R. R. 1, Georgetown 40324, 863-5444, 252- 
2221 

Wanchic, Nick, Federal Correction Inst., Lexington 40505, 
255-4233, 255-6812, Ext. 2264 

Ward, Randy, Woodland Estates, Meally 41234, 789-8565, 
789-5050 

Ware, Phillip O., 218 Sycamore Street, Owensboro 42301, 
684-6825, 233-5253 



Watts, Pat, 30 Fulton Ave., Winchester 40391, 744-4478 
Watkins, Jesse T., Hardinsburg 40143 
Watson, Neil S., Hueysville 41640, 358-4306, 625-1311 
Weis. Shauna, 406 Nunn Hall, Morehead St. Univ., More- 
head 40351, 783-3820 

Welch, Ronald, R. R. 3, Milton 40045, 268-5920, 732-4812 
Wellman, Timothy W., Rt. 2, Box 329, Ashland 41101, 
928-6341, 928-6341 

Welty, Beery N., Bedford N., Bedford 40006, 255-4455 
Wheeler, Donald, 402 McGuire Street, Ferguson 42533, 

679-2903 
Wheeler. Jim, 1011 Harley Street, Carrollton 41008, 732- 

5492 

Wheeler, Lou S., 491 Laketower Drive, Apt. 340, Lexing- 
ton 40502, 269-1670, 253-1611, Ext. 371 
Whitaker. Connie C, lOOM: N. Miller St., Cynthiana 41031, 
234-6232. 234-3896 

Whitaker. Fess, Rt. 3, Milton 40045 

Whitaker, Mac D.. lOOy™ N. Miller St., Cynthiana 41031, 

234-6232. 234-3896 
White. Dudley, 1101 Washington St.. Sturgis 42459, 333- 

4239 
White, Sam A., 331 Fifth St., Richmond 40475, 623-8599 
Whitley, Kim, 618 Shawnee Drive, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-7282, 625-4212 
Williams. Roland, 104 Barton Rd., Bardstown 40004, 348- 

5433, 348-5913 
Williams. Willie, 374 E. 3rd Street, Lexington 40508, 252- 

8212 (Bus.) 
Wilson, Michael E.. 26 Sylvon Drive, Alexandria 41001, 

635-3331, 331-3300 
Wilson. William B., Apt. 1005 Somerset Village Apts., 

Somerset 42501, 679-3478 
Wimpee. J. Darline. Room 319, Peeples. K.W.C., Owens- 
boro 42301, 684-9039, 684-9039 
Wiseman. David K., R. R. 2, Box 1, Beattyville 41311. 646- 

8944 
Wolfe, James H., 332 West 17th Street, Covington 41014, 

431-6272 
Wolfe. Joe, Rt. 2, Box 377, Ashland 41101. 928-9504 (Bus.) 
Woolfclk, Deborah, Rt. 3. Box 15A. Central City 42330. 

254-5578 
Wright, Howard Lee, 3019 Kingswood Way, Shlvely 40216, 

778-7473, 447-4465 
Wyatt, Edwin, Route 1, Box 277, St. Charles 42453, 669-4265 
Young, Bill, 294-A Tr. Br. Road, Manchester 40962, 598- 
Yount, Steven. 106 Vertrees Ct., Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-5566, 765-5566 

6230, 598-2866 
Zibart. Sig. 8905 Pine Lake Drive. Louisville 40220, 491- 

1704, 587-5269 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Wrestling Officials 

(Lisl Compiled December 17) 

If the telephone number is give^ for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless ollierwise designated. If 
two nuznbrs are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Brennan, John, R. R. 1, Lewisport 42351, 927-8967, 927- 

6953 
Byerly, Steve, 474 W. Lexington, Danville 40422, 236- 

2193, 623-5075 (Richmond) 
Dooley, John Franklin, Box 258, Centre College, Dan- 
ville 40422, 236-4452 
Francis, Robert G., P. O. Box 156. Lewisport 42256 
Hillock. Steven W., Box 481, Midway 40347, 846-4833, 

259-0548 
Keeling. Ricky Joe, 108 Cambridge Drive, Paducah 42001, 

554-4943 
Nau. Richard. 2920 Ree. Evansville, Indiana 47714, 477- 

7969 
Schofield, Dennis J.. 4 Parkview Avenue, Newport 41071, 

581-1988, 441-32C0 
Washington, Eugene, 517 Clifton Road, Versailles 40383, 

873-3550, 873-8011 



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GLASGOW— CLASS A, REGION I, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: B. Bishop, Mgr., C. Hopkins, P. Simon, M. Demunbrvui, R. Hampton, M. Huffman, K. 
McShane, T. Harlow, C. Peden, H. Adams, H. Royse, A. Wood, R. Brewer. Seco;nd Row: D. Huffman, Mgr., S. Biggers, 
D. Wolff, B. Bishop, C. Jones, A. Alexander, R. Reid, C. Jones, J. Tuttle, J. Johnson, S. Massey, A. Hunt, J. Norville, 
J. Chattin, Mgr Third Row: B. Huffman, Mgr., C. Kjellmark, N. Simon, P. Carlson, D. Hopkins, S. Royse, K. Ford, 
M. Forbis, S. Clay, R. Crowe, B. Nunn, D. Major, F. BuUe, W. Mason, Mgr. Fourth Row: S. Chattin, Mgr., T. All- 
ma^, E. Albany, D. Crawford, G. Motley, T. Travis, S. Webb, E. Trammel, R. Oliver, A. Kingroy, J. Marshall, S. 
Locke, Coach C. Meadows Fifth Row: Coach B. Jones, E. Young, A. Shirley, T. Wheeler, B. Witcher, W. Britt, D. Eng- 
land, S. Staples, E. Berke, W. Gaunce, M. Harris, J. Lile, G. Freeman, Coach C. Groves. 

LEWIS COUNTY— CLASS A, REGION III, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 



^ # ^ m 




(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Willis, Mgr., J. Lykins, Mgr., B. Brewer, B. Hornback, L. Brown, J. Clark, K. 
Hilger, T. Thornsberry, K. Hilger, J. Billman, J. Osman, M. Bertram, S. Petty. Second Row: E. Robinson, Mgr., J. 
Haley, D. Cooper, T. Stacy, T. McGlone, D. Clark, M. Lewis, T. Lykins, D. Stafford, J. B. Allen, C. Rickett, G. Heater, 
M. Christy, L. Riley, R. Bartee. Third Row: Coach M. Edington, C. Prater, K. Heater, T. Lumpki^s, Coach B. Robin- 
son, B. McCray, D. Hacker, J. D. Hilger, J. Ramsey, K. Hardeman, J. McEldowney, M. Holder, S. Lambert, Coach L. 
Roberts, H. Ingold, R. Mefford, J. Bloomfield, M. Bertram. 



ELKHORN CITY— CLASS A, REGION IV, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




1^ '-^^"L'^'^k^ 



(Left to Right) Front Row: T. Morgan, J. B. Nicholas, R. Belcher, R. Smith, W. Spears, K. Stilner, M. Cantrell. 
Second Row: S. Ruth, C. Pergram, R. Owens, T. Ratliff, D. Atkins, R. Gilbert, J. Stalker. Third Row: Coach D. 
Thomas, J. Bevins, B. Owe;ns, D. Hogston, C. Hogston, J. Belcher, R. Owens, T. Swiney. Fourth Row: Coach L. Rowe, 
K. Hartley, D. Gray, M. Reed, M. Bartley, W. Ramsey, D. Blackburn, R. Bartley, S. Hylton. Fifth Row: Coach B. 
Powell, C. Bartley, W. Caudill, B. Price, E. Clevinger, W. Stanley. Sixth Row: Coach R. Sykes, D. Ruth, Mgr., D. 
Thomas, Mascot, R. Owens, Mgr., B. Spears, Mgr., J. Stiltner, Mgr. 



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1974-75 WRESTLING 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 
INSTALLMENT I 

EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 
1974-75 National Federation Wrestling Rules do 
not set aside nor modify any rule. They are made 
and published by the National Federation of State 
High School Associations in response to situations 
presented. 

Clifford B. Fagan, 

Editor, National Federation Publications 

1. Situation: Wrestlers of Team A report for com- 
petition in: (a) one-piece uniforms commonly used 
for international competition; or (b) two-piece 
uniforms consisting of bermuda lengtli shorts and 
properly cut shirt; or (c) full-length tights over 
which is worn a one-piece uniform with a shirt 
cut so the front and back are level with the arm 
pits but the dip under the arm is cut below the 
mid-point between the wrestler's waist and arm 
pit. 

Ruling: The uniforms in (a), (b), and (c) are il- 
legal. Wrestlers will be given a maximum of three 
minutes to secure uniforms which comply with 
the rules. Failure to comply with the required 
uniform shall result in a forfeit. 

2. Situation: In a multiple school tournament be- 
ing conducted in one day, there are: (a) eight 
schools invited, and it is announced four places 
will be scored; or (b) 16 teams are invited, and it 
is announced six places will be scored. 

Ruling: Wrestlers are limited to no more than 
four full-length matches during a day. Full-length 
matches are those for which the time limit is spe- 
cified by rule and are six minutes in length for 
championship or five minutes in length for con- 
solation. In (a) it would be possible for a school 
to conduct an eight team tournament wrestling 
bacli to four places because this would consist of 
a maximum of four matches for any wrestler. In 
(b) it would not be possible for a wrestler to 
wrestle-bacli because of the four-match limitation. 
Comment: The purpose of the rule change is to 
protect the health of wrestlers. When wrestlers 
are permitted to compete in more than stipulated 
by rule, there is a greater possibiUty they will 
tire and be subject to injury. This should be 
avoided. In adopting the rule change, the com- 
mittee was aware there are taliedown tourna- 
ments being conducted in various areas. These 
tournaments usually consist of two-minute match- 
es and because they involve only a single sliill 
are not included in the limitations. 

3. Situation: During the third period, Bl is suc- 
cessful in executing a stand up and escapes. This 
maneuver puts Bl one point ahead of Al, and he 
is content to avoid Al. When the wrestlers do tie 
up, Bl malies no attempt to take Al down and 
blocks attempts by Al to secure a takedown. 
Ruling: The referee will stop the match and warn 
Bl for stalling if he has not previously been 
warned or penahzed. Whenever it is necessary to 
warn a wrestler for stalling in the neutral posi- 
tion or to penalize a wrestler, the match shall be 
stopped and the warning or penalty clearly indi- 
cated and wrestling resumed as following an out- 
of-bounds. 

4. Situation: In the second period of a match, Al 
who is ahead 2 to 1 is successful in applying the 
figure-4 scissors to the body of Bl. Al flattens Bl 
to the mat but does not attempt to turn Bl. 
Ruling: When it is apparent Al is not working to 



turn Bl, a stalemate will be declared. The match 
will be stopped and restarted as following an out- 
of-bounds. If this tactic is repeated, Al will be 
warned or penalized for stalling. If Al has not 
been warned, the match will not be stopped for 
warning. However, if he has been warned, the 
match will be stopped when penalizing. 

5. Situation: From the starting position on the 
mat, Bl is successful in executing a stand up and 
just as he is about to escape Al locks both hands 
around the ankle of Bl. Bi turns and attempts to 
control Al by grasping his leg. 

Ruling: After it is obvious neither wrestler can 
improve his position, the referee shall declare a 
stalemate. The fact Al has locked his hands 
around the leg of Bl to prevent him from scoring 
results in a stalemate situation when neither 
wrestler is able to improve his position. 

6. Situation: From a neutral position, Al at- 
tempts the double leg but is successful in grasp- 
ing only one leg of Bl and locks his hands. Bl 
counters by applying a crossface and is able to 
move around so he is hip-to-hip with Al and has 
him off his base and picks up the far ankle. 
Ruling: Bl has earned a takedown and shall be 
awarded 2 points. This is true, even though Al 
maintains hands locked high around one leg of Bl. 

7. Situation: From a starting position on the mat, 
Bl attempts a single switch. In order to counter 
this move, Al locks his hands around the leg of 
Bl. Neither wrestler can improve his position. 
Ruling: A stalemate shall be declared as soon as 
it is obvious Bl cannot complete his move be- 
cause Al has locked his hands around the leg. If 
this act is repeated by Al, he will be warned or 
penalized for stalling. 

Comment: It is a stalemate when either competi- 
tor has his hands locked around one leg of his 
opponent in order to prevent him from scoring. 
Ihe revision is an expansion of the provision 
previously contained in the rule which specified 
locking the hands around one leg of an opponent 
to prevent an escape was a stalemate. When it is 
apparent the wrestler locking his hands around 
one leg of an opponent has prevented his op- 
ponent from scoring, a stalemate shall be declared, 
and the match restarted as following an out-of- 
bounds. The referee will allow only minimal time 
to see whether wrestlers can improve their posi- 
tions. If they cannot, a stalemate will be declared 
or the offender penalized for stalling. 

8. Situation: Al has his opponent in a pinning 
situation near the edge of the mat. As Al turns 
the torso of Bl away from the boundary, Bl moves 
so the lower part of his body is outside the wrest- 
ling area. The supporting parts of Al remain in- 
bounds as do the shoulders of Bl. 

Ruling: Wrestling shall continue as long as the 
shoulders of Bl are within the inbounds area. 
Near-fall points may be earned in this situation. 

9. Situation: Al is successful in getting a grape- 
vine on the leg of Bl and grasping the arm on the 
same side, thereby, turning the shoulders of Bl 
toward the mat. Wrestling is near the edge of 
the mat and in an attempt to avoid the fall Bl 
bridges so that his head touches outside the 
boundary line and the rest of his body is within 
the wrestling area. The shoulders of Bl are with- 
in one inch of the mat for several seconds. 
Ruling: Wrestling will continue even though the 
head of Bl is touching out-of-bounds. Because the 
shoulders of Bl are over the wrestling area, Al 
may earn points for a near-fall. 

(Continued in Feb. Athlete) 



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OWENSBORO HIGH SCHOOL CLASS AA STATE CHAMPION 




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(LefJ to Right) Front Row: M. Harris, - 
T. Chapman, T. Cartanena, B. Phelps, K. Harde 
Riggs, — , D. Gresham, M. Tucker, C. Willis, V 
Gray, C. DeLacey, C. Steele, M. Hayes, R. Wes 
Schmied, R. Long, T. Brown, E. Morto^i, E. Jac 
derson, M. Greenfield, D. Roberts, D. Johnson, M 
Harry, B. Main, Coach G. Poynter. Fourth Ro 
S. Bolin, J. Greer, — , — , D. Henderson, B. Phe 
— , M. Tanner, M. Martin, — , Eddie Tichenor, C 

Owensboro 33 — Matre Dei 6 

Owensboro 20 — Owensboro Catholic 8 

Owensboro 14 — Paducah 

Owensboro 32 — Madisonville-N. Hopkins 21 

Owensboro 34 — Union County 13 



L. Harris, B. Bates, T. Bennett, R. Groves, 
sty, T. Belcher, P. Hyland. Second Row: K. 
. Rowan, M. Lee, R. Cravens, H. Whitehouse, D. 
terfield, R. Johnson, — , — ,. Third Row: Coach 
kson, D. Crump, R. Stallings, L. Jackson, R. An- 
Berry, B. Tucker, J. Riley, B. Moorman, — , D. 
w: Coach J. Poynter, Coach R. Nash, T. Crafton, 
Ips, S. Arnold, — , M. Rickard, C. Klmbrell, — , 
oach Moore, Coach Iracone, Coach Netoskie. 

- a ^ 
Owensboro 47 — Ohio County 
Owensboro 28 — Henderson County 9 
Owensboro 50 — Daviess County 27 
Owensboro 40 — Henderson 
Owensboro 27 — Apollo 




Playoffs 
Owensboro 28 — Mayfield 13 
Owensboro 32 — Somerset 
Owensboro 14 — Middlesboro 7 



Member Of National Federation of State High School Associatiuns 

Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

FEBRUARY 1975 



BEECHWOOD— CLASS A FINALIST 




(Left lo Right) Front How: B. Hood, M. Murray, G. Crist, T. Best, M. Buckley, R. Heffron, M. Nieman, T. Brown, 
K. Quinlan, B Marshall, J. Miller, G. Marshall. Second Row: S. Keith, C. Mahoney, K. Murray, J. White, G. Gasdorf, 
P. Burns, G. Schmidt, T. Koors, J. Parso;is, M. Steffen, C. Papas. Third Row: S. Damico, D. Stevens, D. Davis, B. 
Ahlers, R. Cox, G. Stevens, D. O'Brien, R. Hutchcraft, J. Jackson, M. Jannings, B. Schulte, J. Schuck. 



PARIS— CLASS A, REGION II CHAMPION 




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(Left to Right) Front Row: C. Wess, P. Parker, C. Coons, H. Coburn, L. Martin, T. Bolton, A. Watson, D. Parker, 
S. Beheler, B. Spenser, E. Johnson. Second Row: Coburn, Mgr., M. Woods, R. Smith. K. Duvall, G. Coons,, P. 
Floyd, M. Withrow, B. Watson, J. Johnson, T. Creasy, K. Stiles, R. Wasson, Mgr., Coach R. Russel. Third Row: Coach 
B. McConnell, Coach C. Trumbo, W. Wilder, M. Kendal, G. Rice, K. Lewis, J. Duvall, M. Withrow, E. Young, J. Mur- 
ry, W. McKinney, C. Mitchell, M. Cubine, Coach J. Ship. Fourth Row: Coach T. Blunk, Coach F. Rose, B. Bussell, L. 
Duffy, R. Hudnall, R. Smith, M. White, W. Parker, R. Crumble, J. Ma^n, T. Parsons, R. Martin, Coach H. Goins. 



LYNCH— CLASS A, REGION IV CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: S. Steele, M. Lowe, J. Hawkins, J. Price, R. Chapman, J. Creech, S. Vicini, M. Hat- 
field. Second Row: G. Davis, M. Boyle, M. Wilder, R. Foutch, J. Garris, E. Washington, H. Prinkleton, W. Col- 
lins, M. Ellington. Third Row: S. Elliott, R. Comett, C. Woods. J. Washington, M. Spencer, J. Gaines, K. Sizemore, 
B. Watts, D. Marion. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVII— NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1975 



$1.00 Per Year 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on January 24, 1974. The meeting was 
called to order at 9:30 A.M., by President W. P. 
Wheeler. Present were Board members Louie 
Martin, Jack, Fultz, Arthur Hawkins, Eldon Dav- 
idson, Fairce O. Woods, Frank Simpson, Cecil 
Reid, Ray Story; Commissioner J. B. Mansfield; 
Assistant Commissioners Tom Mills, Louis Stout 
and Billy Wise. Mr. Conley Manning was present 
representing the State Department of Education. 
The invocation was given by Arthur Hawkins. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by Fairce O. 
Woods, that the reading of the minutes of the 
previous meeting be waived since members of the 
Board had received copies of these minutes. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Upon the request of Principal James C. 
Coomer, Barren County High School, Commis- 
sioner J. B. Mansfield presented the eligibility case 
of Chris Bastien, a student who is ineUgible under 
By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. Mr. Coomer 
was present, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bas- 
tien, to answer questions concerning the circum- 
stances under which Chris transferred to Barren 
County High School. Following their presentation 
and questions from the Board, Mr. Coomer 
thanked the Board for considering the case and 
he and Mr. and Mrs. Bastien left the meeting. 
Fairce O. Woods moved that By-Law 6, Section 1, 
be waived and that Chris Bastien be declared 
eligible to participate in athletics at Barren High 
School. Louie Martin seconded the motion and it 
passed unanimously. 

Prin. James Sears, Somerset High School, and 
Coach Ron Cain came before the Board requesting 
that they reconsider the probation which was 
levied against Somerset High School. This evolved 
out of an incident which happened in Danville 
on November 1, 1974. Mr. Sears explained the in- 
cident in question and presented letters from 
school officials and fans from both Danville and 
Somerset. He stated that he reahzed that the ac- 
tion on members of the Somerset team was wrong 
and that some type punishment was in order, but 
at the same time, he felt that equal punishment 
should be levied against Danville High School for 
the action of their team members in the situation. 
Coach Cain then presented his version of the in- 
cident. Following several questions from mem- 
bers of the Board, President Wheeler thanked 
Mr. Sears and Coach Cain for coming before the 
Board and assured them that their request would 
be considered. 

Representatives from Danville High School, 
consisting of Prin. Don Turner, Ath. Dir. Tom 
Creamer and Coach Pat Dale came before the 
Board to explain their version of the incident 
which took place prior to their football game with 
Somerset High School on November 1, 1974. Fol- 
lowing several questions by members of the 
Board, Mr. Wheeler thanked the group for com- 
ing and they departed. 



Louie Martin made the motion that the Board 
go on record as supporting the Commissioner in 
his decision to place Somerset High School on 
probation and that no action be taken against 
Danville High School. Jack Fultz seconded the 
motion and it passed unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Tom Mills reported 
that the ticket sales for the 1975 Boys' State Bas- 
ketball Tournament are running slightly ahead of 
the January sales of 1974. He also reported that 
arrangements have been completed for the first 
Girls' State Basketball Tournament to be held on 
the campus of Eastern Kentucky University from 
March 26 through the 29. 

Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout reported 
that he had received the results of the baseball 
proposal which had been presented to member 
schools. He stated that he received 278 votes in 
favor of the proposal and only 8 against. The pro- 
posal states the number of regions be increased 
to 16 and that both the winner and runner-up in 
the district will advance to the regional. The win- 
ner of each regional will advance to the State 
Tournament. The first round of the state will be 
played at four sites with Regions 1 through 4 in 
the first, 5 through 8 in the second, etc. The four 
winners will meet in a blind draw tournament 
for the State Championship. Since plans have 
been completed for the 1974-75 season, Mr. Stout 
recommended that the proposal be adopted for the 
1975-76 season. Ray Story made the motion that 
the recommendation of Mr. Stout be adopted. 
Louie Martin seconded the motion and all mem- 
bers voted aye. 

Commissioner Mansfield reported to the Board 
that certain changes must be made in the football 
playoff rules and regulations since they had voted 
to change to the four class system. The changes 
were presented to the Board and upon a motion 
by Jack Fultz, a second by Frank Simpson, and 
an aye voted of all members, were adopted. (The 
changes appear elsewhere in this issue.) 

In addition to the changes in the playoff 
method, the Board voted to adopt the following: 
a. The tie breaking rule for all season and play- 
off games as recommended in the National Fed- 
eration Football Rules Book; b. The visiting 
team shall have their choice of end of field for 
pre-game warm-ups in all football contests; c. 
The jurisdiction of the game officials shall begin 
one hour prior to game time and end with the 
completion of the game. 

Mr. Mansfield presented to the Board a pro- 
posed referendum which was submitted by the 
principals of the Big Eight Conference schools, 
pertaining to recommended changes in K.H.S.A.A. 
By-Law 27. They requested that the Board of Con- 
trol authorize the Commissioner to submit these 
revisions to referendum ballot to all principals of 
member schools in accordance with Constitution 
Article IX, Section 3. Following a discussion of 
each item, Louie Martin moved, seconded by 
Frank Simpson, that the Commissioner submit the 
above mentioned referendum ballot to principals 
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FEBRUARY, 1975 



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Schools' Report on Football Officials 
Officials Report on Schools (Football) 



1975 District Tournament Sites 



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Boys 

Carlisle County 33. 

Lone Oak 34. 

Mayfield 35. 

Murray State Univ. 36. 

Trigg County 37. 

Henderson 38. 

Madisonville-No. 39. 

Hopkins 40. 

Christian County 41. 

Owensboro 42. 

Muhlenberg Central 43. 

Breckinridge County 44. 

Ohio County 45. 

RusseUville 46. 

Western Ky. Univ. 47. 

Allen County 48. 

Cumberland County 49. 

North Hardin 50. 

LaRue County 51. 

Nelson County 52. 

Marion County 53. 

Shawnee 54. 

Western 55. 

Fairdale 56. 

Thomas Jefferson 57. 

Ahrens 58. 

Atherton 59. 

Fern Creek 60. 

Westport 61. 

Bullitt Central 62. 

Henry County 63. 

Trimble County 64. 
Grant County 



Conner 

Holmes 

Dayton 

Campbell County 

Paris 

Bracken County 

Mason County 

Montgomery County 

Woodford County 

Harrodsburg 

Lafayette 

Model 

Garrard County 

Casey County 

Wayne County 

Pulaski County 

Oneida Inst. 

Knox Central 

BeU County 

Harlan 

Fleming-Neon 

Hazard 

Jackson 

Wolfe County 

Salyersville 

Wheelwright 

Dorton 

Belfry 

Rowan County 

Elliott County 

Russell 

Paul G. Blazer 



1. Carlisle County 

2. Lone Oak 

3. Mayfield 

4. Murray State Univ. 

5. Trigg County 

6. Henderson 

7. Madisonville-No. 
Hopkins 

8. Christian County 

9. Owensboro 

10. Muhlenberg Central 

11. Frederick Fraize 

12. Butler County 

13. Russellvile 

14. Warren Central 

15. Allen County 

16. Cumberland County 

17. North Hardin 

18. LaRue County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Marion County 

21. Central 

22. Butler 

23. Fairdale 

24. Thomas Jefferson 

25. Male 

26. Atherton 

27. Fern Creek 

28. Ballard 

29. Bullitt Central 

30. Henry County 

31. Trimble County 

32. Grant County 



33. Boone County 

34. Holy Cross 

35. Dayton 

36. Campbell County 

37. Paris 

38. Augusta 

39. Mason County 

40. Montgomery County 

41. Woodford County 

42. Harrodsburg 

43. Lafayette 

44. Model 

45. Garrard County 

46. Casey County 

47. Wayne County 

48. Pulaski County 

49. Oneida Inst. 

50. Knox Central 

51. Bell County 

52. Harlan 

53. Jenkins 

54. Hazard 

55. Jackson 

56. WoKe County 

57. Salyersville 

58. Wheelwright 

59. Dorton 

60. Belfry 

61. Rowan County 

62. East Carter 

63. Russell 

64. Boyd County 



1975 Regional Tournament Sites 

Boys 

(1) Murray University, (2) Hopkinsville High 
School, (3) Ohio County High School, (4) Western 
Kentucky University, (1) Nelson County High 
School, (6) Doss High School, (7) Kentucky Coun- 
try Day School, (8) Henry County High School, (9) 
Holmes High School (10) Mason County High 
School, (11) Frankfort Convention Center, (12) Pu- 
laski County High School, (13) Middlesboro High 
School, (14) Hazard High School, (15) Johnson 
Central High School, (16) Morehead University. 

Girls 

(1) Mayfield High School, (2) Hopkinsville 
High School, (3) McLean County High School, (4) 
Warren Central High School, (5) Elizabethtown 
High School, (6) Fairdale High School (7) Ballard 
High School, (8) Henry County High School, (9) 
Campbell County High School, (10) Fleming 
County High School, (11) Frankfort High School, 
(12) Pulaski County High School, (13) Middles- 
boro High School, (14) Breathitt County High 
School, (15) Prestonsburg High School, (16) Paul 
Blazer High School. 



NOTICE TO PRINCIPALS! 

Please inform your girls' sports coaches of the 
following announcement and encourage them to 
attend. 

There will be a meeting of the Kentucky Girls 
Sports Association, Saturday, March 29, 1975, at 
3:00 P.M. at the Eastern Kentucky University 
Field House, Richmond, Kentucky. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1975 



Page Three 



Attention! 

Principals, Coaches and Officials 

Drawing for Boy's and Girl's Stale 

Basketball Tournaments to be on 

Educational Television 

The drawing for the 1975 Boy's and Girl's 
State Basketball Tournaments will be held on 
February 21, 1975 at 3:00 P.M. 

Kentucky Educational Television wiU carry 
the drawing live with Dr. Lyman Ginger, Super- 
intendent of Public Instruction drawing for the 
Boy's Tournament and Mrs. Judy Morris, Presi- 
dent of the Girls' Sports Association doing the 
honor for the Girl's Tournament. 

Commissioner J. B. Mansfield will serve as 
host for the drawing and will make many inter- 
esting comments on the highlights of past tourna- 
ments and give some insight on what may be ex- 
pected this year. 

Please make this information available to 
your community. 



Kentucky Girls' 

Sports Association Information 

The Kentucky Girls' Sports Association was 
organized as a result of a meeting held at the 
Kentucky Association of Health, Physical Educa- 
tion and Recreation Convention in Louisville, 
November, 1974. 

The purpose of this organization is to pro- 
mote the welfare and the educational advance- 
ment of the high school coaches of Kentucky; to 
raise and administrate a fund for the benefit of 
the Kentucky Girls' Sports Association. 

The membership is open to any individual 
interested in and dedicated to the promotion of 
high school girls' sports in Kentucky. The dues 
are $3.00 per person. 

Plans by the KGSA for the immediate future 
are: 

1. The first annual meeting of the associa- 
tion is scheduled for Saturday, March 29, 1975, 
3:00 P.M. at the Eastern Kentucky University 
Alumni Coliseum, Richmond, Kentucky. 

2. An information and Hospitality Booth 
will be maintained by KGSA during each session 
of the Girls' State Basketball Tournament. 

3. A clinic including many of the sports sanc- 
tioned by the K.H.S.A.A. for Kentucky high school 
girls' coaches will be conducted in Lexington in 
June. 

4. An All-Star Basketball Game will be 
played as the culminating event of the chnic. 

Please send your dues to: KGSA, P. O. Box 
467, Ashland, Kentucky 41101. 

The Officers are: President — Mrs. Judy Mor- 
ris, Paul Blazer High School, Ashland, Kentucky 
41101; Vice President — Mrs. Gloria Compton, 
Bryan Station High School, Lexington, Kentucky 
40505; Secretary — Miss Ann Karrick, Mt. Ster- 
ling High School. Mt. Sterling, Kentucky 40353. 



1974-75 Wrestling Early Season Questions 

(Continued from Jan. Athlete) 
10. Situation: Near the edge of the mat, Al has 
Bl in a pinning situation such that: (a) one scapu- 
la of Bl is on the mat inbounds and the other is 
within 45° or less of the mat but over the bound- 
ary line and out-of-bounds area; or (b) the tips 
of both scapula are in contact with the mat but 
the remaining scapular are is extending over the 
(Continued on Page Ten) 



RULES AND REGULATIONS 

Governing Football Championships of the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

(Adopted by the Board of Control) 

I. Classification 

Sec. A. The Board of Control has divided the 
schools into four classes as follows: 

1. Class AAAA shall consist of the schools 
in Jefferson County, except Kentucky Country 
Day and Beth Haven, and all other member 
schools with an enrollment of 1000 or more in 
grades 10-12. 

2. Class AAA includes the schools with en- 
rollments of 600 to 1000 in grades 10-12. 

3. Class AA includes the schools with en- 
rollments of 400 to 600 in grades 10-12. 

4. Class A includes schools with enrollments 
of less than 400 in grades 10-12. 

Sec. B. The basis for determining the schools 
of Classes A, AA and AAA will be the total en- 
rollment in grades 10-12 of a co-educational 
school. The Board may make an upward enroll- 
ment adjustment for a school with less than a 
full high school course, and for schools enrolling 
boys only. 

Sec. C. Classification is for a period of two 
years. Classification for 1975 and 1976 is based on 
the 1973-74 enrollment. A school on application 
of the principal to the Commissioner, may be 
permitted to move from a lower into a higher 
classification. Any school placed in a higher clas- 
sification must remain in this classification until 
all schools are re-classified. 

II. District, Regional and Division Championships 
Sec. A. Composition of Classes shall be as 

follows: 

1. Class AAAA wiU be divided into two di- 
visions. The division winner's will play for the 
state championship. 

2. Class AAA, AA and A will consist of four 
regions each with two districts. 

Sec. B. Required number of district games 
shall be as follows: 

1. To be eligible for a district championship 
teams may qualify by playing game(s) within the 
district as follows: 

(a) One another if there are only two teams 

(b) Two games if there are 3 or 4 teams 

(c) Three games if there are 5 through 7 
teams 

(d) Four games if there are 8 or more teams 

2. Schools shall make every effort to sched- 
ule games with the teams in their district. How- 
ever, the Board of Control through the Commis- 
sioner may require teams to play or be ineligible 
for the championship. 

3. If in the opinion of the Board it is not 
possible for a school to schedule the required 
number of games then out-of-district game(s) 
may be drawn (or selected) in the following order: 

(a) School(s) in the same Class and Region 

(b) School(s) in the same Class 

(c) School(s) in a higher Class 

Sec. C. The championship of a district will 
be determined by the Dickinson Rating System, 
as adopted by the Board of Control. If two teams 
tie for the championship, there will be a play-off 
game on a date set by the Board of Control. If 
more than two teams tie, the two teams which 
will play to break the tie will be determined by 
the following plan: Each team will receive one 
point for each game won by a defeated opponent 
and one-half point for each game tied by a de- 



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feated opponent. If a tie results after a team's 
highest points for any four games have been 
counted, an additional game will be counted until 
the tie is broken. Only games played with Ken- 
tucky teams shall be counted. If a tie results, it 
shall be broken by the Board of Control. 

Sec. D. If two teams play each other more 
than once during a season, they must designate 
prior to the season which game will count in the 
standings. 

III. Playoffs 

Sec. A. In Class AAAA the winners of Dis- 
trict 1 and District 2 will play and the winners of 
District 3 and District 4 will play on the third 
weekend prior to Thanksgiving. The following 
weekend the winners will play for the regional 
championship. The regional winners will play the 
following weekend for the division championship. 
The division winners will play the following week 
for the state championship. 

Sec. B. In Classes A, AA and AAA the dis- 
trict winners will play on Friday or Saturday two 
weeks prior to Thanksgiving. The following week- 
end the winners of Region 1 and Region 2 will 
play, and the winners of Region 3 and 4 will play. 
Winners of these games (semi-finals) will play 
for the championship of each class the following 
week. 

Sec. C. If the score is tied at the end of any 
game it will be broken in the same manner as all 
season games. (This method is the one recom- 
mended in the National Federation Football Rules 
Book.) 

Sec. D. In all classes, the site, date and 
starting time will be determined by the winners 
of the odd numbered districts and regions in the 
odd numbered years unless one of the regional 
winners did not host a first round game. If one 
of the regional winners did not host a first round 
game, they would have the option to name the 
site, date and starting time. In even numbered 
years the process will be reversed. 

IV. Finances 

Sec. A. The proceeds of the games, except 
the finals, will be used to defray the expenses of 
the visiting team, officials, trophies for the dis- 
trict and regional winners, and other necessary 
expenses. 

The team transportation allowance shall be 
50^ per mile round trip. If no agreement can be 
reached on lodging and meals expenses, actual 
expenses for these items, not to exceed the follow- 
ing maximum, shall be allowed: seven meals for 
38 persons at $1.50 per meal, and two nights lodg- 
ing for 38 persons at $3.00 each. Net profit or loss 
shall be shared by the competing schools. 

Sec. B. A representative of the host school, 
designated by the principal, will manage the 
game. The principals or their representatives shall 
agree on all matters pertaining to the game; such 
as admission charges, expenses, and allocation of 
reserve seat tickets. Disagreement on any of these 
items shall be referred to the Commissioner, and 
his decision shall be final. 

Sec. C. The proceeds of the final games in 
each class shall accrue to the K.H.S.A.A. after the 
necessary expenses have been paid. Actual ex- 
.penses, not to exceed those given above, shall be 
paid. A team not requiring transportation, meals, 
or lodging shall receive a minimum of $100.00 for 
miscellaneous expenses. Each team shall receive 
an amount in addition to the expenses already 
assumed. This amount will be set by the Board of 
Control each year. 



Annual Meeting 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association 

April 18, 1974 

President Irv Spencer called the meeting to 
order at 10 A.M. at the Kentucky Fairgrounds 
with 85 members in attendance. 

Dave Cottrell gave the invocation. 

Coaches Dan Haley of Paducah Tilghman and 
Robert Barlow of Lexington Bryan Station were 
recognized as the "Coaches of The Year" in foot- 
ball and basketball and each was presented a reg- 
ulation trophy by President Spencer and Bowman 
Davenport. Prior to the recognition of Haley and 
Barlow, Spencer presented to the group the Coach 
of the State Championship basketball team, Rob- 
ert Graves of Louisville Central. 

Billy B. Smith, Taylor County Athletic Di- 
rector and Vice President of Kentucky High 
School Coaches Association presented Fred Over- 
ton, the new basketball Coach at Murray State 
University as the featured speaker. Overton 
stressed that the newest trend in athletics is the 
handling of people and to the attention of the 
coaches that "to improve yourself — you must be 
a positive thinker" and that "everyone has a right 
to express himself regardless of size". 

In regular business session the dues were 
raised from ($2) two dollars to ($3) three dollars. 
Bowman Davenport (Grayson County) in speaking 
for the increase, cited that the increase might 
help overcome the loss financially incurred in the 
past three years at the All-Star games. Bob Miller, 
Campbell County, moved and Paul Young, St. 
Xavier, seconded the motion. 

Bowman Davenport, retiring president was 
presented a plaque in honor of his leadership 
during 1973-1974 by President Spencer. 

Bob Miller, Campbell County, was elected 
Sgt-at-Arms by acclamation. 

Joe Ohr, Estill County, was nominated by 
Paul Young and seconded by Bob MiUer to the 
position of Secretary-Treasurer. He was elected by 
acclamation. 

As the minutes of the annual meeting of the 
previous year had been published in the Athlete 
it was moved that the reading of the minutes be 
dispensed. Motion by Paul Young, seconded by 
George Kok. 

The financial report of the K.H.S.C.A. and the 
All-Star account was presented by Joe Ohr and 
the audit was accepted by the group. 

A committee was to be appointed by the pres- 
ident to study the possibility of honoring the 
Coaches of Kentucky who have served for a per- 
iod of twenty-five years. This recognition to be 
in the form of a certificate or plaque. It was also 
discussed to recognize the Coaches of State 
Championship teams in all sports and the All- 
Regional coaches in football and basketball. 

Meeting adjourned at 11:10 A.M. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 
(List Compiled February 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two num- 
bers are given the first number is the home phone. 

Austin. Gary. R. R. 3. Box 369, Floyd Knobs, Indiana 

47119 923-8225 944-2216 
Fortunato, Robert A., 1132 Samuel Street, Louisville 40204, 

637-7102, 584-5141 
Wilson, Lee R., 329 Kirwan II, Lexington 40506, 258-4580 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1975 



Page Five 



JEFFERSONTOWN— CLASS AAA, REGION II, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 











(Left to Right) Front Row: Coacti Drury, C. Roy, C. Walls, T. Houk, M. Orlandi, F. Burch, G. Burch, J. Kelly, P. 
Didier, T. Flood, C. Hahn, K. Potts, Head Coach Hughes. Second Row: B. Keeling, P. Sauer. M. Dow, B. Ellison, J. 
Stewart, B. Zwicker, J. White, J. Burch, L. Quiiui, D. Moody, H. Robinson. Third Row: Coach Hayes, L. Rueff, R. 
Smith, J. Dyer, J. Denning, D. Dye, M. Keniec, C. Smith, T. Fox, R. Frey, Z. Dawson, R. Thomas, Coach Leaser, 
Coach Crowley. Fourth How: T. Sauer, F. Co;nstanline, R. Koenig, P. Gatewood, P. Adkins, R. Taylor, B. Reynolds, B. 
Lewis, S. Hunt, B. Sauter, B. Wise, H. Hunt, B. Clark. 



STUART— CLASS AAA, REGION II, DISTRICT 3, CHAMPION 





'^■iil^^i.i'tlM/1 



iWfln/r/1/r 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Stocker, Mikusi, Streable, Wright, Ray, Bowling, J. Williams, Farris Borneman, Lightle, 
Nichols, Mathews, Youngren, Harshfield, Hertwick, Burwell, Meyer, Austin, Welbourn, Greetilief. Second How: Mc- 
Mullen, Kitchen, Syms, Gibson, Melton, Schrooelucke, Willis. Third Row: Coach Harrod, Coach Stansbury, Coach 
Swart, Coach Dalrymple, Coach Kessinger, Coach Browning. Fourth Row: Simmons, Jenkins, Sparks, Garvin, Gray- 
beal, Rodriquiz, Neufelder, OUiges, Cureton, Ryan, Meyer, Kent, Blessitt, Maynor, Ford, Howard, Thompson, Kauf- 
man, Burford, Wray, Tackett, Shimfessel. Kerr, Logan, Blakely, Hightower. 



Board Minutes 

(Continued from Page One) 
of member schools. The motion carried unani- 
mously. 

Mr. Mansfield stated that he had correspond- 
ence from several schools requesting that the 
Board sponsor State playoffs for girls in volley- 
ball and cross country. Following a lengthy dis- 
cussion, it was agreed that the Board would spon- 
sor cross country beginning with the 1975-76 
school year and volleyball in a future year after 
more study has been given the possible time and 
cost involved. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by Fairce Woods, 
that all bills of the Association for the period be- 
ginning December 1, 1974, and ending December 
31, 1974, be allowed. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

The next meeting date for the Board was 
scheduled for Friday, March 21, 1975, at 9:00 A.M., 



at Stouffers' Inn in Louisville. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned. 



Supplementary List of 
REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 
(List Compiled January 25) 
If the telephone number is given for an official, it Is 
the home phone number unless otherwise desigjaated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Bond, Howard, I, III. 308 Quachita Trail, Apt. 1, Frank- 
fort 40601, 695-1491, 223-8281 

Durkin, Jack H.. 1613 Kensington Way, Lexington 40504, 
40504, 254-0146, 255-0716 

Herrington, Kenneth, 333 Farwood Drive, Paducah 42001, 
443-3647 (Bus.) 

Mills, Dwight, 563 Oaklawn, Paducah 42001, 554-1439. 442- 
7551 

Noll. John Thornton. Cartmell Hall, M.S.U., Morehead 
40351. 783-3391. 783-3391 

Showalter, John, 116 Military, Georgetown 40324 

Stone. Kenneth W., 1127 Clay Street, Henderson 42420, 
826-9336 



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Officials' Ratings on 
Sportsmanship - Football 1974 

The following sportsmanship ratings were received on K.H.S.A.A. member schools from regis- 
tered football officials for the 1974 season. The numbers following each name represent respectively 
the number of Excellent, Good, Fair and Poor ratings. 



SCHOOL E 

Adair County 35 

Allen County 26 

Anderson County 23 

Apollo 30 

Atherton 27 

Ballard 18 

Bardstown 20 

Barren County 32 

Bath County 36 

Beecliwood 46 

Belfry 29 

Bell County 26 

Bellevue 26 

Berea Community 34 

Beth Haven 17 

Bishop David 22 

Boone County 21 

Bourbon County 23 

Bowling Green 20 

Boyd County 33 

Boyle County 35 

Breathitt County 34 

Breckinridge County 38 

Bryan Station 25 

Bullitt Central 31 

Butler 16 

Butler County 19 

Caldwell County 30 

Campbell County 12 

Campbellsville 19 

Carroll County 27 

Casey County 20 

Cavema 42 

Central 20 

Christian Co. 20 

Clinton County 17 

Conner 13 

Corbin 29 

Covington Catholic 15 

Crittenden Co. 23 

Cumberland 21 

Cumberland Co. 8 

Danville 38 

Daviess County 13 

Dayton 25 

DeSales 16 

Dixie Heights 21 

Doss 13 

duPont Manual 33 

Durrett 18 

East Carter 28 

East Hardin 31 

Eastern 18 

Edmonson County 21 

Elizabethtown 30 

Elkhorn City 30 

Eminence 14 

Estill County 23 

Evarts 27 

Fairdale 16 

Fairview 27 

Fern Creek 18 

Fleming County 22 

Fleming-Neon 34 

Ft. Campbell 26 

Ft. Knox 34 

Frankfort 24 

Franklin County 39 

Franklin-Simpson 26 

Fulton 27 

Fulton County 20 

Gamaliel 23 

Garrard County 35 

George Rogers Clark 29 

Georgetown 22 

Glasgow 37 

Green County 25 

Greenup County 37 

Grayson County 4 

Hancock County 26 

Harlan 19 



COACH 
G F 



CROWD 
G F 



TEAM 
G F 



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4 


7 


1 


15 


2 


7 


3 


18 


1 


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23 


3 


4 





15 


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9 





7 


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6 


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12 





8 





18 


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18 


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5 


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6 


6 


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11 


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Page Seven 



SCHOOL E 

Harrison County 26 

Harrodsburg 31 

Hart County 29 

Hazard 29 

Heath 20 

Henderson 24 

Henderson County 27 

Henry Clay 33 

Henry County 21 

Highlands 32 

Holmes 13 

Hopkinsville 23 

Iroquois 12 

James A. Cawood 18 

Jeffersontown 13 

Jenkins 34 

Jessamine County 21 

Johns Creek 26 

Johnson Central 24 

Kentucky Country Day 26 

Kentucky School for the Deaf 16 

Knox Central 31 

Lafayette 25 

LaRue County 26 

Laurel County 23 

Leslie County 32 

Lewis County 32 

Lincoln County 26 

Lloyd Memorial 20 

Lone Oak 19 

Louisa 17 

Ludlow 14 

Lynch 36 

Lynn Camp 18 

McLean County 32 

Madison 29 

Madison Central 25 

Madisonville-North Hopkins 16 

Male 17 

Marion County 22 

Marshall County 29 

Mayfield 30 

Maysville 19 

M. C. Napier 32 

Meade County 31 

Mercer County 25 

Metcalfe County 20 

Middlesboro 43 

M. M. I. 23 

Montgomery Co. 28 

Moore 17 

Morgan County 42 

Mt. Sterling 25 

Mullins 32 

Murray 38 

Nelson County 20 

Newport 30 

Newport Catholic 34 

Nicholas County 28 

North Hardin 35 

Ohio County 28 

Oldham County 27 

Owen County 18 

Owensboro 42 

Owensboro Catholic 23 

Paducah Tllghman 24 

PaintsviUe 26 

Paris 44 

Paul G. Blazer 30 

Phelps 17 

Pikeville 13 

Pineville 18 

Pleasure Ridge Park 18 

Prestonsburg 30 

Raceland 30 

Reidland 23 

Rockcastle Co. 34 

Rowan County 19 

Russell 21 

Russell County 21 

RussellviUe 24 

St. Xavier 29 

Sayre 22 

Scott County 19 

Seneca 13 

Shawnee 22 

Shelby County 13 

Shelbyville 22 

Simon Kenton 11 

Somerset 27 

Southern 20 

Stuart 15 

Tates Creek 22 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1975 



COACH 

SCHOOL E G F 

Taylor County 33 

Thomas Jefferson 19 

Todd County Central 22 

Tompkinsville 19 

Trigg County 15 

Trimble County 20 

Trinity 20 

Union County 18 

Valley 17 

Virgie 24 

Waggener 10 

Warren Central 23 

Warren East 32 

Washington Co. 26 

Wayne County 20 

Webster County 24 

West Carter 22 

Western 17 

Westport 28 

Wheelwright 20 

Whitesburg 27 

Whitley County 19 

Williamsburg 20 

Woodford County 23 



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SCHOOLS' RATINGS ON 
FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on fool- 
ball officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. dur- 
ing 1974-75. The numbers following each name re- 
spectively represent the numbers of Excellent, 
Good, Fair and Poor ratings given to the official. 

Aldridge, James R., 1-7-0-0; Allen, Arthur, 
5-1-0-1; Allgood, David A., 1-9-1-1; AlHson, Roy, 
6-4-0-0; Ammerman, Robert, 2-0-0-0; Anders, Ral- 
eigh A., 1-4-4-5; Anderson, John G., 0-1-0-0; Arflin, 
Tracy T., 4-7-0-1; Armstrong, Alfred B., 1-6-3-0; 
Arthur, Paul, 2-3-0-0; Austin, Tom, 2-4-0-0; Ayers, 
Edward L., 3-3-0-1; 

Baldwin, Dennis E., 1-7-3-0; Barbour, Ralph 
Barry, 3-9-1-0; Barker, David H., 0-0-1-0; Barker, 
Norman, 2-1-0-0; Barnott, John R., 1-0-0-0; Bartlett, 
Charles W., 1-2-0-1; Batterson, Keith, 6-1-0-0; Bau- 
man, Cease, 0-2-0-0; Beck, Philip, 1-3-0-0; Bell, 
Clarence T., 6-6-3-0; Bell, Ronald Keith, 6-1-0-0; 
Bero, James, 0-2-1-0; Bewley, Harry G., 2-6-2-1; 
Blackford, Robert L., 6-8-2-0; Blanton, Homer, 
5-5-1-0; Blevins, Donald W., 3-9-1-0; Bocook, Earl, 
Boemker, Bob, 4-5-3-4; Bogar, Joseph D., 
Bogue, Ronald, 1-0-0-1; Boswell, Martin, 
Boyles, Jerry, 4-5-0-0; Bradford, Bob, 
Bramble, James L., 7-6-0-0; Brauch, Charles 
J., 1-4-0-0; Brewer, Jerry, 2-2-0-0; Brewer, Lloyd, 
0-1-0-0; Brotzge, Maurice, 3-5-0-2; Brown, Herman 
G., 4-3-2-0; Brown, John W. 'Scoop', 4-7-1-2; Bru- 
baker, Don, 2-1-3-0; Brummett, Don, 1-5-3-1; Buck- 
ley, Robert S., Jr., 4-5-0-0; Bullock, James, 1-3-1-0; 
Bullock, Ted, 3-6-0-2; Burden, Ronald E., 2-7-1-0; 
Burgess, Oley J., 2-2-0-0; Burke, David Dean, 
4-2-2-2; Burkhart, James G., 0-5-0-1; Burton, 
James, 7-2-0-0; Burton, John B., HI, 15-10-6-0; 
Byrd, A. Gordon, 1-1-0-1; 

Cameron, Dan, 0-1-0-0; Campbell, James W., 
0-1-0-0; Canaday, Jacy Glenn, 6-6-0-0; Canady, 
Ray B., 1-1-0-0; Cargill, Thomas Jr., 2-5-5-2; Carl- 
son, David A., 5-2-1-0; Carr, Billy W., 9-2-0-0; 
Carr, Larry, 8-6-2-1; Cato, Robert E., 0-7-3-1; Ce- 
cil, J. Ronald, 0-1-0-0; Chasteen, Earl, 6-3-0-0; Cis- 
co, Robert H., 2-9-0-1; Clark, John E., 4-6-0-0; 
Clark, Owen, 6-2-0-0; Clater, James F., 5-3-2-1; 
Clemmons, Sam, 5-6-1-1; Cline, Nick, 3-7-1-0; Clus- 
ky, Joe, 2-1-0-0; Coleman, Louis, 1-2-1-0; CoUey, 
Edward Rev., 0-1-1-1; Colley, Lynn W., 1-2-0-0; 
CoUins, Charles, 1-10-3-0; Collins, Ron, 10-9-2-1; 
Conlin, Martin, T., 5-9-1-0; Cook, Arthur, 6-6-0-4; 
Cook, Richard, 4-11-2-1; Copley, Sid, 3-2-0-0; Cor- 



1-3-0-0 
6-2-0-0; 
7-4-1-0 
7-9-2-0: 



bett, Byron, 2-5-2-0; Cornwell, Bobby, 5-5-0-2; 
Cornwell, James, 8-1-1-0; Cowan, R. L,, Sr., 
2-9-1-1; Cox, Clarence 'Chuck', 1-2-1-0; Craft, Al- 
bert B., 3-4-0-0; Cree, Richard W., Jr., 4-8-2-1; 
Creekmore, Les, 9-8-1-3; Crume, George, 0-2-2-1; 
Crutcher, James Marion, 8-7-0-0; Crutcher, John, 
0-3-2-1; Crutcher, Paul M., 0-7-2-1; Gulp, Willard 
E., 4-2-0-0; Current, ElUs Ray, 9-7-2-0; Current, 
Robert, 7-6-0-0; Cutter, Corinne, 0-1-0-0; 

Daopoulos, Jim, 8-4-0-0; Davis, Ralph C, 
3-3-0-0; Day, Richard, 5-2-0-0; Day, Roy E., 6-0-1-0; 
Deaton, Julian A,, Jr., 0-5-0-0; Delaney, William, 
0-5-0-0; Dempsey, Glenn T., 2-3-0-0; Dent, Don, 
7-7-0-0; Denton, Wm. J., 2-8-1-2; DeSensi, W. C. 
'Chick', 4-6-2-2; Dewees, William L., 4-5-1-1; Dick- 
ens, WiUiam D., 5-4-0-0; Douthwaite, Donald D., 
0-1-0-0; Downs, Joseph W., 5-4-1-2; Drake, Richard 
R. 8-4-4-3; Duff, Earl, 2-2-0-0; Duff, William, Jr., 
7-7-0-0; Durden, John R., 1-6-1-0; 

Easley, Dan W., 0-3-0-1; Edwards, Don O 
2-8-1-0; Eldridge, Wayne R., 5-6-0-0; Ellis, Bill 
2-1-1-0; Elovitz, Carl, 9-2-0-0; Emmons, Guy W. 
1-6-1-1; Epperson, James F., 0-1-0-0; Eubanks, Wil- 
liam M., 4-5-1-1; Evan, Gary Stephen, 3-2-0-0 
Evans, Thomas D., 5-3-1-0; Evans, Willis S., Jr. 
6-6-2-0; Ewing, Roger G., 4-3-3-1; 

Faust, Jack, 2-7-1-1; Fay, John C, 2-4-0-0 
Feck, Richard A., 5-3-0-1; Fenimore, Clarke E., 
6-8-1-0; Ferguson, Roy, 1-4-1-0; Ferrell, Ronnie, 
3-6-0-0; Fields, Harold D,, 5-3-0-0; Fish, Leland 
G., 4-4-0-1; Flynn, Bobby, 7-4-0-0; Fortney, Robert 
L., 3-7-5-0; Foster, Berryman E., 5-7-0-0; Foster, J. 
W., 8-3-0-1; Fraley, Bill, 1-9-4-0; Frankel, Louis S., 
3-9-2-0; Franklin, Cliff, 0-3-0-0; Froebel, Martin C, 
3-7-1-1; Fryrear, Bill P., 2-8-0-0; Fuller, Wilton H., 
6-4-0-0; Furlong, William E., 2-9-2-1; Futrell, Keith 
M., 1-7-1-1; 

Gallaher, Jack F., 5-7-0-0; Gammon, William 
H., 5-4-0-0; Garrett, Richard A., 5-8-0-0; Gastineau 
Joby A., Ill, 0-3-0-0; Gelbke, Gilbert M., 1-10-2-1 
Gentry, Dale J., 0-13-0-0; Gettler, John F., 4-5-0-2: 
Gfell, George V., 1-6-0-0; Gibson, Richard L. 
6-3-0-0; Gilbert, Larry, 0-1-0-0; Gilbert, Steve, 
0-1-0-0; Gilkerson, Pat, 2-2-0-0; Gour, Bob, 12-2-0-1 
Graas, Oscar L., 3-6-1-1; Graham, Jim, 6-6-0-0 
Green, Don, 2-1-1-0; Greenwell, Robert A., 7-8-0-0 
Griffey, Richard K., 3-3-0-0; Griffin, Powell Lynn, 
2-6-0-1; Gross, Joseph, 1-0-0-0; Guy, N. S., Ill 
4-5-0-0; 

Hackett, Wilbur L., Sr., 0-1-0-0; Hadden, N. 
Perry, HI, 0-4-0-0; Hadden, Newell, 5-3-0-0; Hall, 
Charles E., 8-5-1-0; Hall, Samuel E., 2-4-0-1; Hagy, 



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Page Nine 



Daniel B., 0-0-1-0; Harris, David L., 0-8-2-0; Har 
ris, James D., 0-8-0-0; Hawlcins, Donald H., 2-7-1-0 
Hawkins, Ed, 0-3-0-0; Hawkins, Will A., 4-4-1-1 
Hayden, John O., 2-8-0-1; Heaberlin, Bill, 5-6-0-0 
Head, Lon E., 1-4-1-0; Hedge, Dave, 1-2-1-0; Hen 
derson, Charles A., 3-6-1-0; Hendon, L. J., 4-5-0-0 
Hicks, Jack, 3-5-5-3; Hines, Richard G., 4-7-0-1 
Hoffman, Thomas A., 3-7-1-1; Holt, Fred L., 1-0-0-1 
Hopson, James E., 3-6-0-0; Horsman, Bill, 3-9-0-1 
Houchens, Tom M., 0-4-4-1; Howell, Damon E., Jr., 
0-10-0-0; Hubbard, John D., 1-3-0-0; Huffine, Gai-y 
L., 3-3-0-1; Humble, Michael E., 3-5-0-2; Hum- 
phreys, Bill, 1-1-0-0; Hunt, Leonard, 7-3-1-0; Hunt- 
er, James, 2-8-0-1; Hurley, Bob, 0-0-2-0; 

Ishmael, Stephen A., 1-4-1-0; 

Jackson, Edward, 3-7-3-0; Jackson, William 
C, 3-1-0-0; Jacoby, Ben W., 6-3-1-0; James, Gene, 
3-3-0-0; Janes, Charles W., 4-7-1-1; Jeffries, David 
T., 4-7-2-3; Johanson, Ralph G.. 4-6-0-0; Johnson, 
Arthur E., 2-0-0-0; Johnson, Bob, 3-6-0-0; Johnson, 
Gordon M., 6-7-0-0; Johnson, Harry A., Jr., 3-3-1-1; 
Johnson, Jon K., 3-5-0-0; Johnson, Ned B., 1-1-0-0; 
Johnson, R. Michael, 1-0-0-0; Johnson, Stan W., 
0-7-6-0; Jones, Denver 'Smokey', 2-4-2-0; Jones, 
James M., 6-8-0-0; Jones, Paul D., 2-9-1-0; Jordan, 
Charles M., 1-0-0-1; 

Kammerdiener, Ronald, 2-6-2-0; Kammerer, 
Kenneth, 2-1-1-1; Kaufman, Alvin R., 9-5-0-0; Keif 
er, Robert B., Jr., 13-4-1-0; Kemen, Jerry, 3-5-4-3 
Kidd, Gary G., 2-3-1-0; Kinch, Marvin N., 1-0-0-0 
King, Douglas E., 3-6-1-2; King, James B., 1-2-0-0 
Kinnard, Robert F., 2-3-0-0; Kirk, Charles, 3-2-0-0 
Kirkland, Drew, 0-8-5-1; Kirklin, Luther, 1-4-1-0 
Klusman, Carl J., Jr., 2-6-2-1; Kouns, Robert H., 
4-3-1-0; Krentz, Gerald K., 1-11-2-0; Kresse, Mil- 
ton, 4-1-0-0; Kuster, Thomas T., 1-10-1-0; 

LaFountain, James L., 4-5-0-0; Lambert, Irvin 
G., 4-6-0-1; Lange, William E., 2-9-2-0; Law, Wil- 
liam, 4-9-0-1; Leahy, Pat, 1-5-3-2; Lawson, Leland 
9-1-1-0; Lee, Douglas, 3-5-0-0; Lee, Robert, 0-4-0-0: 
Lee, William A., 0-5-0-1; Leneave, Robert E. 
2-4-0-3; LeQuire, H. M., 9-1-1-0; Liberatore, Sam 
0-7-0-1; Lillie, Wes, 4-8-2-1; Lindon, Bob, 0-4-0-0 
Lingo, Henry E., 5-7-0-0; Linkes, Clifford, 4-6-0-1 
Lloyd, David, 1-7-2-1; Logan, Michael, 3-3-1-1 
Long, James E., 2-8-0-0; Long, Oren, 0-6-5-0; Low 
denback, Ed, 5-1-0-1; Lowe, James D., 1-7-1-1 
Lowe, Stan, 7-2-0-2; Luckett, Thomas Edward, 
0-2-2-0; Lusby, George, 10-6-1-0; Lykins, James 
O., 8-3-1-0; Lynch, Lester F., 3-4-3-1; 

McClure, Tom, 3-6-3-1; McCormick, Don H., 
2-6-0-1; McCray, Carl G., 7-2-0-0; McFadden, Jim- 
mie, 3-1-0-0; McGehee, Gordon, 1-2-0-0; McGinty, 
L. v., Jr., 8-3-0-1; McKenzie, Claude L., 6-6-1-1; 
McKinney, Adelle F., 2-7-1-0; McPeek, Taknadge, 
6-2-0-0; Malone. James F., 1-5-1-1; Maloney, Ross 
H. 'Pat', 4-7-2-2; Mang, Berry W., Jr., 6-11-0-0; 
Martin, Paul J., 0-3-2-0; Mason, Leslie M., 7-6-0-0; 
Mason, W. C, 1-0-0-0; Mattingly, Charles 'Pete', 
4-9-1-0; Mattingly, Wayne, 8-3-0-2; Mayer, Ed, 
1-6-2-1; Maynard, James L., 2-4-2-0; Meadors, Wil- 
liam J., 2-6-1-0; Mercker, George E., 9-5-2-2; Mer- 
ritt, Donald, 5-3-0-0; Metzger, Don, 4-7-2-3; Meyer, 
Ray, 0-5-1-1; Mick, Paul E., 11-3-0-0; Mickey, El- 
bert, 2-0-1-0; Mifflin, Charlie, 9-7-0-0; Miles, Ralph 
A., 5-7-1-0; Miller, Wm. David, 4-5-0-0; Milum, 
Kenneth J,, 4-4-1-3; Minta, John H., 2-9-1-0; Mitch- 
ell, Vyron W., 2-4-1-0; Moody, WilUam R., 6-8-0-0; 
Mooneyhan, James H., 8-2-2-0; Moore, Franklin 
'Bud', 8-10-1-0; Moore, Phillip H., 0-6-1-0; Moore, 
Robert, 9-9-1-2; Moore, Wm. Kelly, 0-1-0-0; Mor- 
gan, Richard, 2-3-3-1; Morse, Richard K., 7-8-1-0; 
Morton, Jim, 0-7-4-0; Motley, Jerry N., 2-3-2-0; 



Mullannix, W. Wayne, 1-3-0-0; Murdach, Leslie, 
1-4-0-2; 

Nelson, Clarence R., 0-10-5-0; Nethercutt, Bill, 
2-3-0-0; Noland, Douglas, 6-0-0-0; Nord, Bertrand 
J., 2-3-1-1; Norton, Timothy J., 1-2-0-0; Norwood, 
Thomas, 6-4-0-0; 

Oldham. Ben R., 7-7-2-2; Omar, Max G., 
4-6-5-0; Omer, Harold G., 2-3-1-1; O'Nan, Norman, 
3-5-0-0; Osborne, Lonnie, 2-5-0-0; Osborne, Ted G., 
6-6-0-0; Osting, James E., H, 3-11-0-1; 

Pace, Donald W., 12-1-1-0; Page, James N., 
1-4-0-0; Palas, Steve C, 2-4-1-1; Palko, Edward, 
3-4-1-0; Parker, Bob L., 1-5-3-0; Parsley, Clyde E., 
6-4-2-0; Passafiume, John, 3-12-0-1; Pate, Lloyd W., 
6-8-0-1; Paxton, Gary R., 7-4-0-0; Payne, Charles 
A., 2-2-1-0; Peeno, Harry R., 13-5-0-0; Perkins, 
Ronnie, 2-2-1-1; Perrin, James A., 3-4-0-0; Pie- 
trowski, Paul, 1-2-4-1; Pinson, Eugene, 3-3-2-2; 
Pirkle, Paul S., 0-9-6-0; Pittman, Spencer, 5-6-0-0; 
Powers, Clark, 5-8-1-0; Powers, Elmer, 2-4-1-0; 
Pugh, Robert B., 4-7-0-0; Pugh, Roy D., 1-5-3-0; 
Purcell, Michael R., 0-1-0-0; Purwin, John C, 
0-5-3-0; 

Quehl. Bud, 8-3-0-0; 

Rapp. William C, 5-1-0-0; Rascoe. Robert B., 
2-6-1-1; Rawdon, Richard M., Jr., 6-3-0-0; Read, 
Frederick K., 7-12-0-0; Reece, Jerry T., 2-4-1-2; 
Reeves, Curtis R., 2-5-0-2; Renfro, James H., 
5-1-1-1; Reynolds, Elmer, 1-3-2-0; Riggs, C. Den- 
nis, 1-12-0-2; Ring, Bill, 8-3-0-0; Roark, Jimmy W., 
0-5-0-0; Roberts, James E., 2-8-0-2; Robinson, Jack, 
1-3-0-0; Roby, James B., 4-6-1-1; Rodgers, Tom H., 
8-1-1-0; Rogers, Rufus B., 1-7-1-0; Rose, Robert L., 
1-5-4-1; Rosen, WiUiam H., 2-2-3-2; Rouse, Donald 
J., Jr., 2-2-3-1; Russell, Gary E., 7-9-1-0; Russman, 
Godfrey F., Jr., 2-9-5-0; Ryan, David B., 1-5-2-0; 

Sammons, C. J., 3-3-0-0; Sanders, Mel, 4-1-3-0; 
Sandfoss, Michael J., 2-8-2-1; Sanks, David, 3-6-1-0; 
Satterly, Grant, 4-7-0-0; Saylor, Gary L., 1-3-2-0; 
Saylors, Carlee, 5-4-2-0; Schultz, Frank D., 0-2-1-1; 
Scott, W. L. 'Bill', 2-2-0-0; Scurry, Henry Lewis, 
2-0-0-0; Sesher, James T., 5-11-0-3; Shanks, Thomas 
E., 1-3-1-1; Sharp, Jerry, 0-5-7-0; Sharp, Mike, 
1-5-6-0; Sharp, Ronnie, 2-7-3-1; Shaughnessy, Ber- 
nard, 1-2-1-2; Shelton, James E., 4-3-0-0; Shontee, 
Raymond T., 0-5-3-0; Simms, Clarence E., 10-4-2-1; 
Simpson, James H., 3-4-1-0; Simpson, Olando J. 
2-2-0-0; Sizemore, Aster, 0-2-0-0; Sligh, Jim, 
8-5-2-0; Small, David E., 1-7-4-0; Smith, James H., 
4-4-1-0; Smith, Joseph E., 1-0-1-0; Smith, Ronald 
A., 1-0-0-0; Sohan, John Patrick, 1-3-4-2; South, 
Stanley P., 3-7-1-0; Spath, William J., 1-8-3-0; 
Spaulding, Johnny R., 3-6-0-0; Staley, Jerry, 
10-8-0-0; Staple, Jerry D., 4-4-0-0; Staten, Joseph 
B., 2-4-1-2; Staten, Michael J., 4-10-2-2; Stephen- 
son, Elmer B., 5-3-0-0; Stephenson, Harry, 10-1-1-0; 
Stewart, Phil R., 1-7-1-1; Stiene, Rick, 4-10-2-3; 
Stohr, James J., 1-0-0-0; Stoup, Robert D., 3-2-2-2; 
Stout, Charles, 2-4-0-0; Strader, Tim V., 3-2-3-1; 
Strain, Richard P., 2-7-1-3; Straus, William W., 
0-0-0-1; Streible, Ronnie D., 4-8-0-0; Striecher, 
Richard A., 3-7-1-0; Stuedle, Ray, 2-8-0-1; Stumbo, 
Jack. 7-6-0-0; Stutler, Joe, 4-10-0-0; Sullivan, A. G., 
1-4-4-1; Sumner, Carl, 7-10-0-0; Sutton, James A., 
0-2-0-0; Sutton, Jim, 0-4-4-0; Swart, Joseph C, 
2-4-0-0; Swauger, Gary B., 3-8-1-1; Swinford, John, 
5-3-0-0; Sword, Russ D., 1-4-0-0; 

Talbot, William G., Ill, 7-1-1-0; Tate, Ken, 
Jr., 7-5-0-0; Taylor, Charles G., 1-4-2-1; Taylor, 
James R., 8-7-3-0; Thomas, Charles E., 2-1-2-0; 
Thomas, James J., 2-6-1-1; Thomas, Lyn H., 1-1-1-0; 
Thomas, Paul, 2-5-0-0; Thomas, Raymond E., 
4-10-0-0; Thomas, Raymond Earl, 4-0-0-1; Thomp- 
son, Harrie G., 5-4-0-0; Thompson, Thomas D., 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1975 



11-4-1-2; Thompson, Victor Neil, 5-11-2-1; Thorn- 
ton, Daniel, A., 1-2-0-0; Timmering, George E., 
2-10-00; Tinsley, Joe David. 0-5-2-0; Towe, Paul 
F., 1-11-2-0; Trabue, David, 0-3-2-0; Trapp, Charles 
W., 1-11-2-0; Treas, Joe W., 5-2-1-0; Treibly, 
Charles E., 2-9-4-0; Trombley, Norman J., 5-4-0-0; 
Tucker, Charles N., 6-6-0-2, Tuitele, Matthew V. 
L., 3-4-0-0; Turley, Howard, 3-7-2-3; Turner, 
Charles, 5-2-0-0; Tye, Josh, 1-3-1-1; 

Varner, Ray G., 8-3-0-0; Vaughn, William E., 
8-7-0-3; Vest, David G., 4-3-0-1; 

Wade, Bill, 3-5-0-0; Waide, Harry D., 9-1-2-0; 
Waldrop, Harold, 4-8-1-2; Wallcer, Joe D., 1-0-0-0; 
Waller, Bobbie E., 8-7-0-0; Wanchic, Nicholas, 
8-2-0-0; Ward, Joseph, 0-4-1-0; Ward, Tommy, 
6-5-0-0; Washer, James P., 3-10-1-0; Watson, 
George F., 9-1-1-0; Watson, James W., 0-1-0-0; 
Weber, Thomas C, 4-4-0-1; Wells, Glenn, 1-3-0-0; 
Wedge, Denny, 2-7-2-0; Wells, Theodore, 2-1-1-0; 
Wheeler. William E., 1-1-0-0; White, Russell D., 
2-2-1-0; Whitt, Mike, 5-0-0-0; Wilbert, Donald A., 
1-5-3-0; Wilcox, Ursal R., 6-8-1-0; Wilder, Jerry, 
2-8-1-0; Williams, James H., 5-2-2-1; Wilson, James 
Louis, 3-4-0-0; Wilson, Malcolm T., 0-0-1-0; Wil- 
son, Nellus R., 4-1-2-1; Wilson, Woodrow, 1-6-0-0; 
Winfrey, William Steven, 0-8-4-0; Wood, Walter 
A., 9-2-1-0; Wright, C. Dale, 0-4-0-0; Wright, How- 
ard L., 8-10-2-3; Wright, Jim, 9-13-0-0; Wuertz, 
John R., 2-9-1-1; WuLfeck, Jim, 5-7-1-1; 

Yarbrough, Roy D., Jr., 4-7-0-0; 

Zimmer, Tom, 2-5-4-3; 



Wrestling Early Season Questions 

(Continued from Page Three) 
boundary line; or (c) shoulders of Bl are on the 
mat out-of-bounds and Al is chest-to-chest with 
his toes in bounds. 

Ruling: Wrestling will continue in (a) and (b) so 
long as there is a possibility of Al pulling his 
opponent back away from the boundary lines. In 
(a) no near-fall points may be earned while the 
shoulders of Bl are in the described position be- 
cause one of the shoulders is over the boundary 
line and out-of-bounds. In (b) it cannot be a fail 
nor may near-fall points be earned because part 
of the scapulae area is over the boundary lines. 
In (c) the supporting points of both wrestlers are 
out-of-bounds. Supporting parts of Bl are his head 
and shoulders. When Al is chest-to-chest with 
him, this becomes a supporting part for Al. In 
this situation, an out-of-bounds will be declared. 
Comment: When the defensive wrestler is on his 
back and the supporting points of either wrestler 
inbounds but a near-fall has not been earned, 
wrestling will continue as long as there is a pos- 
sibility of the offensive wrestler bringing his op- 
ponent back into the inbounds area. If there were 
little or no change of the offensive wrestler ac- 
complishing this, and after a reasonable length of 
time has transpired, wrestling will be stopped and 
resumed from the starting position at the center 
of the mat. The foregoing three situations are in- 
tended to illustrate it is not possible for a wrestler 
to score while his opponent's shoulders are over 
the out-of-bounds area or touching out-of-bounds. 
While it is unnecessary to stop the match when a 
defensive man's head or shoulders are out-of- 
bounds, there can be no near-fall or fall awarded. 
11. Situation: Wrestler Al applies a false cradle 
so one of his arms is under the shoulder blade of 
Bl. Al tips Bl so one of the shoulders of Bl is 
touching the mat and the other is near the mat. 
Ruling: Al may be awarded points for a near-fall 
even though it is not possible for him to pin Bl 
with this false cradle. Because one of the shoul- 
ders of Bl is in contact with the mat and the 



other in an angle of less than 45° to the mat, re- 
gardless of the fact one of the arms of Al is under 
that shoulder, Al may gain near-fall points. Cri- 
teria for a near-fall have been met. 

12. Situation: In assuming the starting position 
on the mat, the defensive wrestler Bl places his 
hands in front of the forward starting line and his 
knees behind but in contact with the rear starting 
line and; (a) his lower legs are parrallel and in 
line with the long axis of his body; or (b) his 
feet are touching behind him so his lower legs 
are at an angle from the point of contact to the 
knees on the mat. Al in assuming his position to 
the left side of Bl in (a) places his left knee on 
the mat to the outside of tlie near lower leg of Bl 
and his right foot on the mat to the rear of the 
feet of Bl. In (b) Al on the left side of Bl places 
his left hand on the left elbow of Bl, his left foot 
on the mat beside the lower leg of Bl and his 
right knee on the mat behind the feet of Bl. 
Ruling: The position of Al in (a) is a legal starting 
position on the mat. In (b) the position of Al is 
illegal because he does not have a knee on the 
mat at the near side of Bl. 

13. Situation: In the starting position on the mat, 
Bl assumes his position with his knees on the 
mat. approximately shoulder width apart, his feet 
together behind him so his lower legs are at an 
angle to the plane of his sides. When he is sta- 
tionary, the referee motions for Al to take his 
position. 

Ruling: Once the defensive wrestler is stationary 
on the mat in his starting position the referee 
shall indicate to the offensive wrestler he is to 
assume his starting position. He will do so with- 
out delay. 

14. Situation: Following an out-of-bounds, the 
wrestlers return to the center of the mat to as- 
sume their starting positions. Bl is on all fours, 
his hands are in front of the starting line and his 
knees in contact with the rear starting line. Al is 
to the left of Bl, and Bl has tucked his lower 
left leg toward his right leg. When the referee 
signals, Al moves to the right side of Bl to take 
his starting position. When Al moves to the op- 
posite side, Bl adjusts his position so his right leg 
is tucked under the left leg. 

Ruling: The referee will caution Bl if he has not 
previously done so by forming a "C" with the 
fingers and thumb of his right hand and pointing 
to Bl with his other hand. If Bl has previously 
been cautioned, his action in adjusting his position 
constitutes a false start and shall be penalized. 

15. Situation: In assuming the starting position 
on the mat: (a) Bl changes his position just as Al 
is taking his offensive position; or (bj Al con- 
tinues to adjust equipment after the referee in- 
dicates he should assume his final starting posi- 
tion. 

Ruling: In (a) and (b) following a verbal caution, 
the wrestler using delaying maneuvers will be 
penalized for delay of the match. This is a techni- 
cal violation which is not preceded by a caution. 



FILMS 

The £i'ji5s listed below are in the Film Library of tho 
University of Kentucky College of Education. Tlie code 
letters "e. }, s. c, a" refer to elementary, junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Gymnastics 
GYMNASTICS PART 1, j-s-c-a, 1% reels (17 

min.), $3.00 

Introduces the basic principles of gymnastics 
and follows the routines developed by polished 
performers on the parallel bars, the rope climb, 



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Page Eleven 



and the long horse. Attention is given to the rolls, 
handstands, and handsprings, twists and somer- 
saults that are basic to tumbling. (Hoefler) 

GYMNASTICS, PART II, j-s-c-a, 1% reek (17 

min.), $3.00 

Introducing the gymnast to the fundamentals 
of free exercise routines. Stresses the importance 
of smooth action as well as strength, form, bal- 
ance, and ability to develop the difficult routines. 
Demonstrates rings, side horse, and the high bar. 
(Hoefler) 

INTERMEDIATE TUMBLING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 

min.), $2.00 

Demonstrates twenty stunts in handspring, 
balance, and somersault progressions and safety 
precautions are given to prevent accidents or in- 
juries while teaching technique and form. 

SIMPLE STUNTS, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 min.), $2.00 
Provides instructions in the healthful group 

activities that require little or no equipment. 

Demonstrates simple stunts for strength and skill 

and emphasizes safety precautions. 
Injuries 

TEAM PHYSICIAN, j-s-c-a, 3 reels (28 min.), color 
$1.00 
The message is aimed at physicians, coaches, 

athletes and parents. Includes five regulations 

which are concerned with preventing injuries as 

well as treating them when they occur. (KHSAA) 

Baseball 
BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 

2 reels, color, $1.00 

In the 36th all-star game at the home of the 
Minnesota Twins in Minneapolis the National 
League conquered the American League by 6-5. A 
crowd of over 47,000 saw Willie Mays hit the 
first pitch of the game for a home run. (KHSAA) 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1966, j-s-c-a, 

1% reels, color, $1.00 

The greats of the National League battle the 
stars of the American League in the new 26 mil- 
lion dollar Busch Stadium at St. Louis. The Na- 
tion League won the game in the tenth inning as 
Tim McCarver scored on a single by Maury Wills. 
Close-ups of the stars are shown as they warm up 
for each game. (KHSAA) 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a, 

3 reels, color, $1.00 

The National and American League AU-Star 
Game was played in the new Anaheim Stadium, 
home of the California Angels. The Phillies' Richie 
Allen homered in the first inning and Frank Rob- 
inson of Baltimore tied the score in the second. In 
the fifteenth inning Tony Perez of Cincinnati 
broke the tie and won the game for the National 
League by hitting a home run. (KHSAA) 

BASEBALL HALL OF FAME, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 
color, $1.00. 

This film shows the armual meeting at Coop- 
erstown, N. Y. when new names are added to the 
Hall of Fame list. Numerous stars of the past re- 
turn to the shrine each year at this time and Eire 
shown as their feats on the diamond are related. 
The history of Cooperstown and the purpose of 
the Hall of Fame are explained in the picture. 

BASEBALL TODAY, 16 mm, 28 minute sound, 
color (or black & white) 
Special visual effects and interesting play sit- 
uations aid the player, coach and umpire in gain- 
ing a better understanding of the rules. Baseball 



fans will also find this excellent teaching film 
will add a great deal to their appreciation and 
enjoyment of the great American pastime, base- 
ball. This picture was produced under the direc- 
tion of the Nat'l. Fed. of State High School Asso- 
ciations and approved by the Nat'l. Fed. Baseball 
Rules Committee. 

CATCHING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
The basic skills in catching baseball are pre- 
sented in this film. How to catch a high rapid ball, 
a batted ball, a thrown ball, and a ground ball are 
shown. Stance motion and close-up photography 
are used to enable the viewer to follow each step 
or movement in each of the basic skills. 

DOUBLE-PLAY KINGS OF BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 

2 reels. $1.00 

This filrn presents an analysis of the double- 
play in baseball. Different players from several 
major leagues are shown in action. Fielding, tag- 
ging, and throwing are illustrated and explained. 

FIFTY YEARS OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a. 3 reels, 

$1.00 

Facts of the immortal stars of baseball are re- 
called in this fifty years of memorial. Shows some 
famous oldtimers as their exploits are narrated and 
great moments of action in the lives of the more 
recent baseball heroes. (KHSAA) 

HITTING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
Slow motion and close-up photography are 
used to follow accurately and graphically the 
basic fundamentals of hitting in baseball. Coordi- 
nation of feet, legs, hips, shoulders, arms, and 
head is explained. How to select a bat, how to 
hold it, and correct batting positions are shown. 

INFIELD PLAY AT 1st AND 3rd, e-j-s-c-a 2 reels 

$1.00 

The fundamentals and finer points of infield 
play at first and third bases are illustrated by big 
league players. Fielding, stance, throwing, tagging 
runners, etc., pictured often in slow motion. Spon- 
sored by A. G. Spalding Co., the American and 
National Leagues. 

INSIDE BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 3 reels, $1.00 

Fundamentals of baseball, including pitching, 
batting, fielding, and base-running, are demonstra- 
ed. Note: This film was placed with the library 
through the courtesy of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. 

OCTOBER, MADNESS— THE WORLD SERIES, 

e-j-s-c-a, 2Vi reels, $1.00 

Shows many of the unforgettable feats per- 
formed by players as they happened in World 
Series past. Dramatic plays that made everlasting 
heroes are highlighted along with the anguish felt 
by the victims. (KHSAA) 

PLAY BALL, SON, j-s, IV2 reels, $2.50 

Joe Cronin introduces this film showing a 
group of fourteen-year-old boys who are experts 
in baseball. Correct methods of hitting, catching, 
and throwing are demonstrated in natural and 
slow-motion. Based on book by Bert V. Dunne. 

THROWING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
Slow motion, close-up and stop photography 
are used in presenting the basic fundamentals of 
throwing in baseball. Instructions £ire given for the 
overthrows, three-quarter side, side, and under- 
hand throws. Coordination of foot and arm mo- 
tion is stressed, as well as coordination of the 
body as a whole. 



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WORLD SERIES OF 1961, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 

Min.), color, $1.00 

Narrated by Mel Allen, this film shows the 
Cincinnati Reds were able to win only the second 
game in the series against the New York Yankees. 
Superb pitching of Whitey Ford and batting power 
of the Yankees brought them the world's cham- 
pionship after five games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1962, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

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(Left to Right) Tom Kurtz, David Smith, Steve Miller, Kerry Hall, Eddie 
Thomas, Jeff Hillerich. 

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Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

MARCH 1975 



HENRY CLAY H. S. GIRLS' GYMNASTICS TEAM 
1975 K.H.S.A.A. STATE CHAMPION 




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gan, Carole Beard, Mary Hanls, Tammy Comett, Andre* PolUes. 



TATES CREEK H. S. BOYS' GYMNASTICS TEAM 
1975 K.H.S.A.A. STATE CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Danny Lacy, Kevin Wilklns, Scott Wilce. Second Row: Tom Alexander, Bill Williama, 
Rick Rushing, BUI Blount. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVII— NO. 8 



MARCH, 1975 



$1.00 Per Year 



1975 BASEBALL 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

INSTALLMENT I 

EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 
rules of the National Federation Baseball Com- 
mittee do not set aside nor modify any rule. The 
rulings are approved and apply to the situations 
for which they 3xe given. 

CLIFFORD B. FAGAN, 
Editor, National Federation Publications 

1. Play: Rl, who is on 1st base, steals 2nd base 
during the pitch. While enroute towards 2nd, his 
head protector falls to the ground. 

Ruling: In such situations, the umpire must de- 
cide whether the losing the head protector was 
done intentionally. If it was not intentional, then 
there is no penalty. On the other hand, if the lun- 
pire witnesses Rl deliberately remove his head 
protector while advancing, it is the duty of the 
umpire to declare Rl out after the play has been 
completed. 

2. Play: Bl has two strikes. The next pitch 
touches the ground in front of home base and 
bounces through the strike zone. Bl swings at the 
pitch and F2 secures the ball in his mitt F2, be- 
lieving that he has caught the ball, throws the ball 
to F5 at 3rd base to start the ball aroimd the in- 
field believing that Bl has struck out. Bl diuing 
this latter action advances to 1st base while F5 
throws the baU to F6 who returns the ball to F4. 
Ruling: Bl is not out When the pitch struck the 
ground in front of home base, it no longer was 
possible to catch it The definition of a catch 
provides that the ball must be caught in flight 

3. Play: Bl hits a line drive which is inside the 
foul line when it passes over the fence on the 
front of the stand, but which is blown by the 
wind or which curves so it strikes the back of the 
stand which is outside the foul line extended. 
Ruling: This is a fair baU. 

4. Play: Do appeal plays include the following: 
Batting out of order; intentionally dropping a fair 
fly or fair line drive; running too far out of the 
base line to avoid being tagged; interf erring with 
a batted ball; obstructing a runner; or interfering 
with a batted baU with detached player equip- 
ment? 

Ruling: No. In these cases, the umpire calls the 
infraction even though no opponent caUs it to his 
attention. 

5. Play: F3 reaches for a low throw and traps 
the ball on the ground before the runner touches 
first base. Is the runner out? 

Ruling: He is out if the umpire rules that the 
ball was in the grasp of the gloved or bare hand, 
even though it was touching the ground. In close 
plays, the runner is usually given the benefit if 
there is any doubt as to whether the ball was 
actually gripped in time. 

6. Play: The catcher has the ball in his glove 
when he (a) tags the runner with the glove; or 
(b) he tags the runner with the hand which does 



not have the ball in it. Neither time does the ball 
come in contact with the runner. 
Ruling: Touching with the ^ove or the hand 
which holds the ball is the same as touching the 
runner with the baU. In (a), the runner is out In 
(b), the runner is not out 

7. Play: Bl has a count of 1 ball and 2 strikes 
when the team captain or coach decides to put in 
a pinch hitter, SI. 

Ruling: A coach should ask the umpire to call 
time for substitution. When SI enters, he is 
charged with 1 ball and 2 strikes. If SI strikes out, 
the strike-out is charged against Bl because he 
had more than half of the allotted number of 
strikes. In any other case, the time at bat is 
charged to SI. 

8. Play: F3 throws his cap or his glove against 
a batted ball. It is: (a) a fedr bedl which has struck 
1st base and is rolling over foul groxmd when 
struck; or (b) on or over foul ground but such 
that it might have become fair if there had been 
no interference; or (c) clearly a foul baU. 
Ruling: In (a) and (b), 3 bases are awarded to 
each runner including the batter-runner. In (c), 
there is no penalty. 

9. Play: With Rl on 1st base, B2 bunts to F3 
who fields the ball on the first bounce near the 
foul line. B2 stops and reverses to run toward 
home base in order to avoid being tagged out by 
F3, who then throws to F6 for a force-out on Rl 
and the relay throw fails to retire B2 at 1st base. 
Ruling: As long as B2 did not touch or run be- 
yond home base nor leave the base path to avoid 
being tagged, his action is entirely legaL 

10. Play: To establish a running start after a 
fly or Une drive has been touched, Rl steuids more 
than 3 feet behind 2nd base. 

Ruling: Rl is out for being out of the base path 
to gain an advantage. The imipire should declare 
him out immediately, the same as for a rvmner 
who leaves the base path to avoid being tagged 
out. This is not an appeal play situation. 

11. Play: Rl, R2 and R3 are on 3rd, 2nd and 1st 
bases, respectively, with none out. B4 attempts to 
bunt All runners break with the pitch. B4 pops 
the ball into the air near the 1st base foul line 
and tackles or runs into F3 to prevent the execu- 
tion of a double play. 

Ruling: The ball becomes immediately dead. The 
umpire shall declare both B4 and Rl out. R2 and 
R3 must return to 2nd and 1st bases, respectively. 

12. Play: Rl is on 2nd and R2 on 1st with two 
out and B5 is at bat with: (a) a count of ball 
three and strike one; or (b) with a no ball, no 
strike count when the coach of the defensive 
team decides that he desires to have the batter 
given an intentional base on balls. How should 
this be administered? 

Ruling: The rule provides either the coach of the 
defensive team or the catcher shall notify the xmi- 
pire-in-chief that the defensive team desires to 
give the batter an intentional base on balls. At 
fills time the lunpire-in-chief shall signal and de- 
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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1975 



VOL. XXXVn— NO. 8 



MARCH, 1975 



Publlahad monlhlr, axcept June and JoIt, by th« 

Keniucky High School Alhletle AaiocUllon 

Office of PubUcallon. S60 E. Cooimr Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 

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May 3, 1926. 

EdUor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

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Assistant EdUor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President W. P. WHEELER (1971-1975), Owensboro 

Vice-President LOUIE MARTIN (1972-1976), Corbln 

Directors Eldon E. Davidson (1974-1977), Montlcello; 

Andrew J. Fultz (1972-1976), OUve HUl; Arthur R. Hawkins 
(1972-1976), Mt. Sterling; CecU Reid (1974-1977), Symsonla; 
George E. Sauer, Jr., (1974-1978), Louisville: Frank B. 
Simpson (1972-1976), Louisville; Ray Story (1974-1978), 
RadcUff: Falrce O. Woods (1974-1975), Flemlngsburg; 
Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education representative. 
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REPORTS PAST DUE 

1. School's Report on Basketball Officials 

2. Official's Report on Schools (Basketball) 



Spring Meets 

Tentative dates have been set for the various 
spring meets and tournaments in rifle marksman- 
ship, baseball, track, golf and tennis. They are as 
follows: 

April 26, State Rifle Championship 

May 12, regional golf tournaments (sites given 
below) 

May 13-16, district basebaU tournaments 
(sites given below) 

May 17, regional track meets (sites given be- 
low) 

May 20-21, state golf tournaments 

May 21-23, regional baseball tournaments 
(sites given below) 

May 24, state track meets 

May 28-29, Boys' Individual State Golf Tour- 
nament 

May 30-31, regional tennis tournaments (sites 
given below) 

June 2-5, State Baseball Tournament 

June 6-7, State Tennis Tournament 



Attention, Principals 

Under the requirements of K.H.S.A.A. By- 
Law 28-3, head baseball coaches and registered 
basebaU officials are required to attend at least 
one rules interpretation clinic. 

The schedule for the basebaU clinics is given 
below. Principals of member schools sponsoring 
baseball teams should not allow their teams to 
begin their 1975 schedules unless there has been 
compliance with the rule mentioned. 

Clinic Schedule 
March 16 (2:00 P.M.) — L. T. Smith Stadium, 

Western Ky. University, Bowling Green 
March. 25 (7:30 P.M.) — Mason County High 

School, Maysville 



March 31 (7:00 P.M.) — Somerset High School, 

Somerset 
April 1 (7:00 P.M.) — Middlesboro High School, 

Middlesboro 
April 2 (7:00 P.M.) — Hazard High School, Hazard 
April 3 (7:00 P.M.) — Johnson Central High 

School, Paintsville 
April 4 (7:00 P.M.) — Paul G. Blazer High School, 

Ashland 
April 6 (2:30 P.M.) — Henry Clay High School, 

Lexington 
April 7 (7:00 P.M.) — CampbellsviUe High School, 

Campbellsville 
April 8 (7:00 P.M.) -- Hopkinsville High School, 

HopkinsviUe 
April 9 (7:00 P.M.) — Paducah Tilghman High 

School, Paducah 
April 10 (7:00 P.M.) — Owensboro High School, 

Owensboro 
April 11 (7:00 P.M.) — Elizabethtown High 

School, Elizabethtown 



Attention Basketball Coaches 

Kellogg's of Battle Creek announces the First 
Coach of the Year Basketball Clinic to be held in 
Louisville, Kentucky, April 25, 26, 27, at the Exec- 
utive West Hotel. Clinic manager is Earl Brown- 
ing, Athletic Director of Westport High School, 
Louisville, Kentucky. 



GYMNASTICS RESULTS 

The Marion County High School, Lebanon, 
was the site for the Gymnastics competition held 
on February 22, 1975. Vivan McKibben and Jim 
Nance managed the girls and boys tournaments 
respectively. The results are as follows: 
Boys 

Team Finish: Tates Creek, 286.55; Henry Clay, 
245.15. 

Floor Exercise: Wilkins, Tates Creek, 18.2; 
Adams, Thomas Jefferson, 17.65; Scott Wilce, Tates 
Creek, 17.45; Billy Blount, Tates Creek, 15.85; Jay 
Gilbert, 14.95. 

Side Horse: Adams, Thomas Jefferson, 18.5; 
Gilbert, Butler, 14.55; S. Wilce, Tates Creek, 14.55; 
T. Hockenberry, Seneca 14.45; K. Wilkins, Tates 
Creek, 14.4. 

Still Rings: K. Wilkins, Tates Creek, 17.6; R. 
Adams, Thomas Jefferson, 16.85; T. Stone, Henry 
Clay, 14.95; S. Wilce, Tates Creek, 14.84; B. Blount, 
Tates Creek, 14.65. 

Vaulting: K. Wilkms, Tates Creek, 18.7; R. 
Adams, Thomas Jefferson, 18.3; S. Wilce, Tates 
Creek, 17.3; T. Stone, Henry Clay, 17.2; B. Blount, 
Tates Creek, 16.6. 

Parallel Bars: R. Adams, Thomas Jefferson, 
19.1; S. Wilce, Tates Creek, 18.55; K. Wilkins, 
Tates Creek, 17.25 

High Bar: Wilkins, Tates Creek, 16.5; Adams, 
Thomas Jefferson, 14.65; Blount, Tates Creek, 
14.25; J. Stone, Henry Clay, 14.1; Wilce, Tates 
Creek, 13.7; W. Stone, Henry Clay, 12.45. 

All Around: Adams, Thomas Jefferson, 105.05; 
Wilkins, Tates Creek, 101.48; Wilce, Tates Creek, 
96.4; J. Stone, Henry Clay, 89.4; Blount, Tates 
Creek, 89.3; Gilbert, Butler, 83.35. 
Girls 

Team Finish: Henry Clay, 200.3; Moore, 198.5; 
Tates Creek, 177.44; Southern, 146.55. 

Vaulting: Libby Goff, Moore, 17.55; Lee 
Floyd, Tates Creek, 17.0; Kathy Flannery, Lafay- 
ette, 16.55; Nora Geoghegan, Henry Clay, 16.5. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 197 5 

Balance Beam: L. Gogg, Moore, 17.35; Kay 
Polites, Henry Clay, 17.3; Rhonda Wilkerson, 
Paris, 17.15; Marti Sallee, Moore, 16.75; Lee Floyd, 
Tates Creek, 16.65. 

Uneven Bars: R. Wilkerson, Paris, 18.05; K. 
Polites and N. Geoghegan, Henry Clay, 17.65; L. 
Goff, Moore, 17.6; L. Floyd, Tates Creek, 17.4. 

Floor Exercise: K. Flannery, Lafayette, 17.25; 
B. Young, Doss, 17.1; R. Wilkerson and L. Mum- 
ford, Moore, 16.9; L. Floyd, Doss, 16.75. 

Ail-Around: L. Goff, Moore, 69.25; R. Wilker- 
son, Paris, 68.4; L. Floyd, Tates Creek, 67.8; K. 
Polites, Henry Clay, 67.75; N. Geoghegan, Henry 
Clay, 66.9. 



Page Three 



In Memoriam 



BASEBALL 

Ft. Campbell Region 

Hopkinsville District — Christian County, Fort 
Campbell, Hopkinsville, Trigg County 

Murray District — Calloway County, Marshall 
County, Murray 

Heath District — Lone Oak, Paducah Tilgh- 
man, Reidland, St. Mary, Heath 

Majrtield District — Cuba, Farmington, Lowes, 
Mayfield, Wingo 

Caldwell County District — Caldwell County, 
Crittenden County, Livingston Central, Lyon 
County 

Carlisle County District — Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Fulton County, Hickman County 
Madisonville Region 

Henderson District — Henderson, Henderson 
County, Providence, Union County, Webster 
County 

Madisonville District — Dawson Springs, 
Earlington, McLean County, Madisonville-North 
Hopkins, West Hopkins 

Grayson County District — Butler County, 
Edmonson County, Grayson County 

Owensboro District — Apollo, Daviess County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic 

Central City District — Bremen, Central City, 
Drakesboro, Graham, Greenville, Hughes-Kirk, 
Muhlenberg Central 

Ohio County District — Breckinridge County, 
Fordsville, Frederick Fraize, Hancock County, 
Ohio County, St. Romuald 

Elizabethtown Region 

Bowling Green District — Bowling Green, 
Franklin-Simpson, Warren Central, Warren East 

Auburn District — AdairviUe, Auburn, 
Chandlers Chapel, Lewisburg, Olmstead, RusseU- 
ville, Todd County Central 

Glasgow District — Allen County, Barren 
County, Glasgow 

Cumberland County District — Clinton Coun- 
ty, Cumberland County, Gamaliel, MetcaKe 
County, TompkinsviUe 

Green County District — Caverna, Green 
County, LaRue County 

Elizabethtown District — East Hardin, Eliza- 
bethtown, Fort Knox, Meade County, North Har- 
din, West Hardin 

Taylor County District — Adair County, 
Campbellsville, Marion County, Taylor County 

Bullitt Central District — Bardstown, Bethle- 
hem, Bullitt Central, Nelson County, Washing- 
ton County 

Jefferson County Region 

Pleasure Ridge Park District — Bishop David, 
Butler, Pleasure Ridge Park, Western 

Thomas Jefferson District — DeSales, Iro- 
quois, Southern, Thomas Jefferson 




Ed Cleavenger 

Ed Cleavenger of Sturgis, Kentucky died of a 
heart attack on January 12, 1975. Ed was born in 
Clarksburg, West Virginia. He was a graduate of 
West Virginia State and coached for a brief time 
at St. Augustine High School in Grafton, West 
Virginia. Ed was working with the Breckinridge 
Job Corp Center in Morganfield at the time of 
his death. 

Ed was an outstanding official who had spent 
twenty-seven years officiating basketball and 
twenty-five years officiating football in West Vir- 
ginia and Kentucky. 

He is survived by his wife, Eleanor, a daught- 
er, Kathy Andre of Utah, and a son. Bill, who is 
a student at Murray State University. 



Durrett District — Durrett, Fern Creek, Mari- 
on C. Moore 

Portland Christian District — Central, Port- 
land Christian, Shawnee 

St. Xavier District — Ahrens, duPont Man- 
ual, Male, St. Xavier 

Westport District — Ballard, Eastern, Wag- 
gener, Westport 

Valley District — Doss, Fairdale, Beth Haven, 
Jesse Stuart, Valley 

Atherton District — Atherton, Kentucky 
Country Day, Seneca, Trinity 

Lexington Region 

Franklin County District — Frankfort, Frank- 
lin County, Georgetown, Scott County 

Harrison County District — Bourbon County, 
Harrison County, Nicholas County, Paris 

Lexington District — Bryan Station, Henry 
Clay, Lafayette, Sayre, Tates Creek 

Boyle County District — Boyle County, Dan- 
ville, Garrard County, Jessamine County 

Oldham County District — Oldham County, 
Shelby County, Shelbyville, Taylorsville 

Estill County District — Berea, Estill County, 
Madison, Madison Central, Model 

Lexington Catholic District — Anderson 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1975 



County, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, Mercer 
County, Woodford County 

Russell County District — Casey County, Lin- 
coln County, Russell County 

Laurel County Region 

Somerset District — Eubank, Nancy, Pulaski 
County, Somerset 

Monticello District — McCreary County, 
Monticello, Pine Knot, Wayne County 

Jenkins District — Breathitt County, Flem- 
ing-Neon, Jenkins, Knott County, Letcher County, 
Riverside Christian, Whitesburg 

M. C. Napier District — Buckhorn, Combs Me- 
morial, Hazard, Leslie County, M.C. Napier 

Laurel County District — Clay County, Jack- 
son County. Laurel County, Oneida Institute, 
Rockcastle County 

Cawood District — Cawood, Cumberland, 
Evarts, Harlan, Lynch 

Lee County District — Hazel Green Academy, 
Lee County, Owsely County, Powell County, 
Wolfe County 

Middlesboro District — Barbourville, Bell 
County, Corbin, Henderson Settlement, Lone Jack, 
Middlesboro, Pineville, Whitley County 

Newport Region 

Boone County District — Boone County, Con- 
ner, Dixie Heights, Lloyd Memorial, St. Henry, 
Simon Kenton 

Newport District — Bellevue, Dayton, New- 
port, Newport Catholic 

Owen County District — Carroll County, 
Eminence, Gallatin County, Henry County, Owen 
County, Trimble County 

Grant County District — Grant County, Pen- 
dleton County, Walton-Verona, Williamstown 

Silver Grove District — Bishop Brossart, 
Campbell County, Highlands, St. Thomas, Silver 
Grove 

Ludlow District — Beechwood, Covington 
Catholic, Holmes, Holy Cross, Ludlow 

Lewis County District — Augusta, Deming, 
Fleming County, Lewis County, Mason County, 
Maysville, St. Patrick, Tollesboro 

Johnson Central Region 

Paul Blazer District — Boyd County, Cat- 
lettsburg, Fairview, Holy Family, Louisa, Paul G. 
Blazer 

Russell District — Greenup County, Raceland, 
Russell 

Bath County District — Bath County, George 
R. Clark, Menifee County, Mt. Sterling, Montgom- 
ery County 

Johns Creek District — Belfry, Elkhom City, 
Feds Creek, Johns Creek, Phelps 

University Breckinridge District — East Car- 
ter, Rowan County, University Breckinridge, West 
Carter 

Johnson Central District — Johnson Central, 
Morgan County, Paintsville, SalyersviUe 

McDowell District — AUen Central, Betsy 
Layne, McDowell, Prestonsburg, Wheelwright 

Virgie District — Dorton, Millard, Mullins, 
Pikeville, Virgie 



GOLF FOR GIRLS 

Princeton Region — Ballard Memorial, Cald- 
well County, Central City, Christian County, 
GreenviUe, Henderson County, Madisonville-N. 
Hopkins, Marshall County, Murray, Ohio County, 
Owensboro, St. Mary 

Bowling Green Region — Allen County, 
Barren County, Bowling Green, Clinton County, 
Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hart County, Metcalfe County, 
Tompkinsville 

Louisville Region — Ahrens Vocational, Bal- 
lard, Bullitt Central, Doss, Eastern, Fairdale, Ken- 
tucky Country Day, Sacred Heart, Southern 
Waggener, Westport 

Marion County Region — Adair County, 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle County, Breckin- 
ridge County, Campbellsville, Danville, Elizabeth- 
town, Green County, Marion County, Meade 
County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Taylor 
County, Washington County 

Carroll County Region — Campbell County, 
Carroll County, Connor, Dixie Heights, GaUatin 
County, Grant County, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memor- 
ial, Oldham County, Owen County, Villa Madonna 

Shelbyville Region — Bryan Station, Frank- 
fort, Franklin County, George R. Clark, Henry 
Clay, Henry County, Lafayette, Shelbyville, Tates 
Creek, Woodford County 

Corbin Region — Corbin, Estill County, Gar- 
rard County, Harlan, James A. Cawood, Jenkins, 
Laurel County, Lincoln County, Lynch, Madison 
Central, Middlesboro, Model, Pineville 

Maysville Region — Allen Central, Fleming 
County, Harrison County, Johnson Central, Mason 
County, Maysville, Montgomery County, Mt. Ster- 
ling, Nicholas County, Paintsville, Paul G. Blazer, 
Prestonsburg, St. Patrick 

GOLF FOR BOYS 

Mayfield Region — Ballard Memorial. Cald- 
well County, Calloway County, Christian County, 
Ft. Campbell, Fulton, Hickman County, Hopkins- 
ville. Lone Oak, Marshall County, Mayfield, Mur- 
ray, Paducah Tilghman, St. Mary 

Owensboro Region — Apollo, Breckinridge 
County, Central City, Daviess County, Greenville 
Hancock County, Henderson, Henderson Countj 
MadisonviUe-N. Hopkins, Ohio County, Owens 
boro, Owensboro Catholic, Providence, Union 
County, Webster County 

Park City Region — AUen County, Barren 
County, Bowling Green, Caverna, Clinton County, 
East Hardin, Edmonson County, Elizabethtown, 
Ft. Knox, Franklin-Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, 
Hart County, LaRue County, Metcalfe County, 
North Hardin, RusseUviUe, TompkinsviUe 

West Jefferson Region — Ahrens Vocational, 
Beth Haven Christian, Bishop David, Butler, De- 
Sales, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, Marion C. Moore, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Stuart, Thomas 
Jefferson, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region — Atherton, Ballard, 
Bullitt Central, duPont Manual, Durrett, Eastern, 
Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Coimtry 
Day, Male, St. Xavier, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, 
Westport 

Covington Region — Beechwood, Boone 
County, Carroll County, Conner, Covington Cath- 
olic, Covington Latin, Dixie Heights, Gallatin 
County, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, 
Ludlow, Owen County, St Henry, Simon Kenton, 
Trimble County, Walton-Verona 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1975 



Page Five 



Campbell County Region — Bellevue, Bishop 
Brossart, Campbell County, Crittenden County, 
Fleming County, Georgetown, Grant County, 
Harrison County, Highlands, Lewis County, Mason 
County, Mays\alle, Newport, Newport Catholic, 
Pendleton County, St. Patrick, St. Thomas, Scott 
County, Silver Grove, WiUiamstown 

Frankfort Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Frankfort, Franklin County, George R. 
Clark, Henry Clay, Henry County, Lafayette, Lex- 
ington Catholic, Montgomery County, Mt. Ster- 
ling, Nicholas County, Oldham Comity, Paris, 
Powell County, Sajrre, Shelby County, Shelby- 
viUe, Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Lebanon Region — Adair County, Anderson 
County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle County, 
Burgin, CampbellsviUe, Casey County, Danville, 
Garrard County, Green County, Harrodsburg, Jes- 
samine County, Lincoln County, Marion County, 
Mercer County, Nelson County, Russell County, 
Taylor County, Washington County 

London Region — Berea Community, Corbin, 
Cumberland, Estill County, Harlan, James A. Ca- 
wood, Knox Central, Laurel County, Lee County, 
Lynch, McCreary County, Madison Central, Mid- 
dlesboro, Model, Monticello, Pineville, Somerset 

Paintsville Region — Allen Central, Belfry, 
Boyd County, Elkhorn City, Fairview, Greenup 
County, Hazard, Holy Family, Jenkins, Johnson 
Central, Morgan County, Mulfins, PaintsviUe, Paul 
G. Blazer, PikevUle, Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rus- 
sell, University Breckinridge 



RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP 

Bourbon County, Central, Fern Creek, Fort 
Knox, Greenup County, Hopkinsville, Jefferson- 
town, Johnson Central, Lafayette, Male, Marion 
County, M. M. L, Newport, Oldham County, 
Owensboro, Paul G. Blazer, Seneca, Stuart, 
Thomas Jefferson, Valley, Waggener, Western 
Anderson. 



TENNIS FOR GIRLS 

Murray Region — Christian County, Fort 
Campbell, Henderson, Henderson County, Hop- 
kinsville, Lone Oak, Madisonville-North Hopkins, 
Mayfield, Marshall County, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, St. Mary 

Glasgow Region — Adair County, Auburn, 
Bowling Green, CampbellsviUe, Caverna, Frank- 
hn-Simpson, Glasgow, Green County, Hart County, 
Lewisburg, Metcalfe County, Ohnstead, RusseU- 
ville, TompkinsviUe 

Elizabethtown Region — Apollo, Bardstown, 
Breckinridge County, Butler County, Daviess 
County, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Frederick- 
Fraize, Greenville, LaRue County, Marion County, 
Meade County, Nelson County, North Hardin, 
Owensboro, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Taylor 
County 

East Jefferson Region — Ahrens, Assumption, 
Atherton, Ballard, Durrett, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Louisville Collegiate, Male, Marion 
C. Moore, Mercy Academy, Sacred Heart, Seneca, 
Waggener, Westport 

West Jefferson Region — Angela Merici, But- 
ler, Central, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Rosary, Ken- 
tucky Country Day, Pleasure Ridge Park, Presen- 
tation Academy, Shawnee, Southern, Stuart, 
Thomas Jefferson, Western 



Ft. Thomas Region — Beechwood, Bellevue, 
Boone County, Campbell County, Carroll Covmty, 
Conner, Gallatin County, Henry Coiuity, High- 
lands, Holy Cross, LaSalette, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Notre Dame, Oldham County, Our Lady 
of Providence, St. Henry, Villa Madonna 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Bour- 
bon County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, FVanklin 
County, Georgetown, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lex- 
ington Catholic, Mason County, Paris, Sayre, Tates 
Creek, Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Boyle County, Danville, 
George R. Clark, Harrodsburg, James A. Cawood, 
Laurel County, Madison, Madison Central, Mid- 
dlesboro, Model, Nicholas County, Oneida Insti- 
tute, Pineville, Somerset 

Ashland Region — Boyd County, Fairview, 
Johnson Central, McDowell, Montgomery County, 
Mt. Sterling, Paul G. Blazer, Russell, University 
Breckinridge 

TENNIS FOR BOYS 

Murray Region — Caldwell County, Christian 
County, Ft. Campbell, Henderson, Henderson 
County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, Marshall County, Majrfield, Mur- 
ray, Paducah Tilghman, St Mary 

Glasgow Region — Adair County, Auburn, 
Bowling Green, CampbellsviUe, Caverna, Edmon- 
son County, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Green 
County, Hart County, Lewisburg, Metcalfe 
County, Olmstead, RusseUviUe, Taylor County, 
TompkinsviUe 

Elizabethtown Region — Apollo, Bardstown, 
Breckinridge County, Butler County, Daviess 
County. Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, GreenviUe, La- 
Rue County, Marion County, Meade County, Nel- 
son County, North Hardin, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Shelby County, ShelbyviUe 

West Jefferson Region — Bishop David, But- 
ler, Central, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Stuart, Thomas 
Jefferson, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region — Ahrens, Atherton, 
BaUard, Durrett, duPont Manual, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jefferstown, Kentucky Country Day, Male, 
Moore, Seneca, St. Xavier, Trinity, Waggener, 
Westport 

Ft. Thomas Region — Beechwood, BeUevue, 
Boone County, Campbell County, CarroU County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Gal- 
latin County, Henry County, Highlands, Holmes, 
Holy Cross, Lloyd, Newport, Newport Catholic, 
Oldham County, St. Henry 

Lexington Region — Anderson Coxmty, Boiu-- 
bon County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, Georgetown, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lex- 
ington Catholic, Mason County, Millersburg Mili- 
tary Institute, Paris, Sayre, Tates Creek, Wood- 
ford County 

Richmond Region — Boyle County, DanviUe, 
George R. Clark, Harrodsburg, Hazard, James A. 
Cawood, Laurel County, Madison, Madison Cen- 
tral, Middlesboro, Model, Nicholas County, Oneida 
Institute, PineviUe, Somerset 

Ashland Region — Boyd County, Fairview, 
Johnson Central, McDoweU, Montgomery County, 
Mt. Sterling, Paul G. Blazer, Prestonsburg, Rus- 
sell, University Breckinridge 



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ATTENTION TRACK COACHES 

The Board of Control now requires that an 
individual or a relay team must have competed 
in at least four meets during the regular season 
to be eligible to participate in the regional track 
meet. 

Only the following events shall constitute 
regional meets: (Boys) 120 yard hurdles, 100 Yard 
Dash, 180 Yard Hurdles, Two-Mile Run, 880 Yard 
Run, 220 Yard Dash, One-Mile Run, Half-Mile 
Relay, 440 Yard Dash, Mile Relay, Shot, Pole 
Vault, Discus, High Jump, Running Long Jump, 
Triple Jump; (Girls) 60 Yard Hurdles, 880 Yard 
Run, 440 Yard Run, 100 Yard Dash, Mile Relay, 
220 Yard Dash, 110 Yard Hurdle, 440 Yard Relay, 
880 Medley Relay, 880 Yard Relay, One Mile 
Run, High Jump, Shot, Long Jump and Discus 

Track regulations adopted by the Board of 
Control provide that the state shall be divided 
into classes and regions by the Commissioner who 
wiU assign the schools to the regional sites. If you 
plan to have a team and your school is not listed 
below please contact the K.H.S.A.A. for assign- 
ment to a region. The 1975 assignments are as 
follows: 

TRACK — CLASS A BOYS 

Fort Campbell Region — Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Crittenden County, Dawson 
Springs, Ft. Campbell, Fulton, Heath, Hickman 
County, Hughes Kirk, Murray, Providence, South 
Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg County, Webster County 

Glasgow Region — AUen County, Bremen, 
Butler County, Edmonson County, Frederick 
Fraize, Gamaliel, Hancock County, Hart County, 
Lewisburg, McLean County, Russell County, Rus- 
sell County, RussellviUe, Todd County Central, 
Tompkinsville 

Greensburg Region — Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
CampbeUsville, Caverna, Chnton County, Cum- 
berland County, Green County, Kentucky Coun- 
try Day, Kentucky School for the Blind, Metcalfe 
County, Portland Christian, Washington County, 
West Hardin 

Newport Region — Augusta, BeUevue, Bishop 
Brossart, Carroll County, Covington Latin, Dayton, 
Eminence, Gallatin County, Grant County, Henry 
County, Ludlow, Owen County, Pendleton Coun- 
ty, St. Henry, TVimble County 

- Lexington Region — Burgin, Frankfort, 
Georgetown, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, 
MaysviUe, Mercer County, Paris, Sayre, Shelby- 
ville 

Richmond Region — Berea, Boyle County, 
Eubank, Hazel Green, Jackson, Jackson County, 
Ky. School f/t Deaf, Lee County, Madison, Men- 
ifee County, Model, Monticello, Mt. Sterling, 
Nancy, Nicholas County, Somerset, Wolfe County 

Barbourville Region — BeU County, Combs 
Memorial, Corbin, Cumberland, Evarts, Fleming- 
Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lone Jack, Lynch, 
Lynn Camp, M. C. Napier, Oneida Institute, Pine- 
viUe, St. CamiUus, Riverside Christian, Williams- 
burg 

Morehead Region — Allen Central, Bath 
County, Betsy Layne, Elkhom City, Elliott Coun- 
ty, Fairview, Fleming County, Holy Family, Johns 
Creek, Lewis County, Millard, Morgan (bounty, 
Mullins, Pikeville, Raceland, Rowan County, Uni- 
. versity Breckinridge Training, Virgie, West Car- 
ter, Wheelwright 

TRACK — CLASS A A BOYS 

\Paducah Region — Calloway County, Chris- 
tian County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Marshall 



County, Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland 

Henderson County Region — Apollo, Daviess 
County, Henderson, Henderson County, Madison- 
ville-North Hopkins, Ohio County, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic, Union County 

Glasgow Region — Adair (bounty, Barren 
County, Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Glas- 
gow, LaRue County, Taylor County, Warren Cen- 
tral, Warren East 

Bullitt Central Region — Breckinridge Coun- 
ty, Bullitt Central, East Hardin, Ehzabethtown, 
Ft. Knox, Grayson County, Marion County, Meade 
County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Oldham 
County, Shelby County 

Newport Region — Boone County, Campbell 
County, Conner, Covington Catholic, Covington 
Holmes, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memor- 
ial, Newport, Newport Catholic, Simon Kenton 

Lexington Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Franklin County, Harrison County, Hen- 
ry Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, Scott Coun- 
ty, Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Casey County, Clark 
County, Clay County, Danville, James A. Cawood, 
Knott County Central, Knox Central, Laurel 
County, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Mid- 
dlesboro, Pulaski County, Whitesburg, Whitley 
County 

Morehead Region — Belfry, Boyd County, 
East Carter, Greenup County, Johnson Central, 
Mason County, Montgomery County, Paul G. 
Blazer, Prestonsburg, RusseU 

TRACK — CLASS AA GIRLS 

Paducah Region — CaUoway County, Chris- 
tian County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Marshall 
County, Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland 

Henderson County Region — Apollo, Daviess 
County, Henderson County, MadisonviUe-North 
Hopkins, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Cathlic, Union County 

Glasgow Region — Adair County, Barren 
County, BowUng Green, PrankUn-Simpson, Glas- 
gow, LaRue County, Taylor County, Warren Cen- 
tral 

Bullitt Central Region — Breckinridge Coun- 
ty, Bullitt Central, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, 
Ft. Knox, Marion County, Meade County, Nelson 
County, North Hardin, Oldham County, Shelby 
County 

Newport Region — Boone County, Campbell 
County, Conner, Covington Holmes, Dixie Heights, 
Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Notre 
Dame, Simon Kenton 

Lexington Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Franklin County, Harrison County Henry 
Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, Scott County, 
Tates Creek, Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Clark County, Danville, 
Knott County Central, Knox Central, Laurel 
County, Lincoln County, Madison Central, Mid- 
dlesboro, Pulaski County, Whitesburg, Whitley 
County 

Morehead Region — Belfry, Boyd County, 
East Carter, Greenup County, Johnson Central, 
Mason County, Montgomery County, Paul G. 
Blazer, Prestonsburg, Russell 

TRACK — CLASS A GIRLS 

Ft. Campbell Region — Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Crittenden County, Dawson 
Springs, Earlington, Ft. Campbell, Heath, Hick- 
man County, Hughes Kirk, Murray, Providence, 
South Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg County, Webster 
County - 



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Page Seven 



INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS 
STATE WRESTLING TOURNAMENT 




(Left lo Right) Fponl How: 98-H!cky Morse, North Hardin; 105-Maik Wahle, SI. Xavier; 112-Tommy Kurtz, Fern 
Creek; 119-Rick Barker, Newport Catholic; 126-PhiIlip McCamish, North Hardin; 132-Bob Chrosniak, Ballard. Second 
Row: 138-Marc Hennessy, Newport Catholic; 14S-Jim Porter, Campbell County; 155-Steve Olson (Most Outstanding 
Wrestler), Ballard; 167-Bruce Boggs, Woodford Colinty; 185-Eddie Thomas, Fern Creek; Heavyweight-Kelly Kirchhaum, 
North Hardin. 



Glasgow Region — Butler County, Edmonson 
County, Frederick Fraize, Gamaliel, Hancock 
County, Hart County, Lewisburg, McLean County, 
Olmstead, Russell County, RusseUville, Todd 
County Central, Tompkinsville 

Greensburg Region — Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, Green 
County, Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky School 
for the Blind, Metcalfe County, Washington Coun- 
ty, West Hardin 

Newport Region — Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop 
Brossart, Carroll County, Dayton, Eminence, Grant 
County, Henry County, LaSalette, Ludlow, Owen 
County, Pendleton County, St. Henry, Villa Ma- 
donna 

Lexington Region — Burgin, Frankfort, 
Georgetown, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, 
Maysville, Mercer County, Paris, Sayre, Shelby- 
ville, St. Patrick 

Richmond Region — Berea, Boyle County, 
Hazel Green, Kentucky School for the Deaf, Lee 
County, Madison, Menifee County, Model, Mt. 
Sterling, Nicholas County, Somerset, Wolfe Coun- 
ty 

Barbourville Region — Corbin, Evarts, Flem- 
ing-Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lynn Camp, 
M. C. Napier, Oneida Institute, Pineville, River- 
side Christian, St. Camillus, Williamsburg 

Morehead Region — Allen Central, Bath 
County, Elkhorn City, Elliott Coimty, Fairview, 



Fleming County, Holy Family, Lewis County, 
Morgan County, Mullins, PaintsvDle, Pikeville, 
Raceland, Rowan County, University Breckinridge 
Training, Virgie, West Carter 

TRACK — CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Male Region — Angela Merici, Butler, Cen- 
tral, duPont Manual, Male, Shawnee 

St. Xavier Region — Atherton, Durrett, Holy 
Rosary, Moore, Sacred Heart, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson 

Stuart Region — Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale, 
Iroquois, Stuart, Valley, Western, Pleasure Ridge 
Park 

Ballard Region — Assumption, Ballard, East- 
ern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Mercy Academy, 
Seneca, Waggener, Westport 

TRACK — CLASS AAA BOYS 

Male Region — Butler, Central, duPont Man- 
ual, Male, Shawnee 

Atherton Region — Atherton, DeSales, Dur- 
rett, Moore, St. Xavier, Southern, Thomas Jef- 
ferson 

Stuart Region — Beth Haven, Bishop David, 
Doss, Stuart, Valley, Western, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Fairdale, Iroquois 

Ballard Region — Ballard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Seneca, Trinity, Waggen- 
er, Westport 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1975 



State Wrestling Team Results 

The Atherton High School, Louisville, was the 
site for the State Wrestling Tournament held on 
February 14-15. Mr. Orville Williams of the Seneca 
High School was manager and Mr. Gene Minton 
of the Atherton High School was assistant man- 
ager of the tournament. The team results are as 
follows: 

1. Fern Creek 65, 2. North Hardin 46, 3. New- 
port Catholic 41, 4. Ballard 39, 5. Trinity 35, 6. 
Union County 31, 7. Campbell County 30, 8. Wood- 
ford County 28, 9. St. Xavier 24, 10. DanviUe 20, 
11. Frankfort 17, 12. Doss, 16, 13. Waggener 14, 14. 
Eastern, Westport 13, 16. Pleasure Ridge Park 12, 
17. Belfry 11, 18. Caldwell County 11, 19. Simon 
Kenton 10. 20. Durrett 9, 21. Lafayette 8V2, 22. 
Hopkinsville 7, 23. Bryan Station, Henderson 
County 6, 25. Seneca SVa, 26. Paducah Tilghman 
2 ¥2, 27. Boone County, Franklin-Simpson, Jeffer- 
sontown, Newport, Oldham County 2, 32. Bowling 
Green, Kentucky School for the Blind, West Har- 
din 1. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED BASKETBALL 

OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled February 26) 
If the telephone number is given for 3fx official, it is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two num- 
bers are given the first number is the home phone. 

Coryell, Frank, 306 Ky. Home Life Bldg., Louisville 40202, 

363-9774, 589-4226 
McGlothin. Leonard, 1237 Gilbert Lane, Owensboro 42301, 

683-5242, 684-6211 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 

Cheerleader and Sponsor Registration: AU cheer- 
leading squads and/or sponsors are asked to stop 
by the KAPOS table in Freedom Hall to: 

1. Register your squad 

2. Pick up important information and mater- 
ials for your and your school 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there 
will be high school cheerleaders on hand to assist 
you. They can be identified by their hostess arm- 
bands. Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn 
they may seek you and your cheerleaders to be 
interviewed by one of the radio commentators. In 
order to make their task easier, we are asking 
that you register your seat, row and section num- 
ber. A possible radio interview is often missed 
because the guides could not locate the desired 
person in time for the interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all spon- 
sors and cheerleaders that KAPOS has a Hospital- 
ity Room, located in Freedom Hall. We cordially 
invite you to have refreshments, socialize with 
friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps get help 
with your problems. 

"Sweet Sixteen" Cheerleading Squads: Atten- 
tion Principals! If your team will be participating 
in the State Tournament, included in the packet 
sent to you by the KHSAA will be a letter per- 
taining to your cheerleading squad. Be sure to 
look for this and relay all information to your 
cheerleader sponsor. We request that your cheer- 
leaders be chaperoned by a weU qualSied, school 
approved adult. Verification of this, along with 



your sponsor's name, must be contained in the 
letter of confirmation which you will receive. 
This letter must be in the hands of a KAPOS 
officer prior to the time that your cheerleaders 
take the floor. 

State Tournament Cheerleading Champions: 
Important! Please be sure that your school is a 
paid up member of KAPOS in order for your 
squad to compete for the top cheerleading award 
in the State Tournament. The winner of this 
award wiU be determined by use of the KAPOS 
Judging Sheet, a copy of which will also be in- 
cluded in the packet sent by the KHSAA to the 
winners of the sixteen regions. 

STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Beginning at the District Tournament games, 
all squads that are KAPOS members are eligible 
to be judged for the honor of representing their 
district in the KAPOS Region-at-Large cheerlead- 
ing competition. The winner and runner-up of 
each district wiU progress to the region. In turn, 
the winning squad from each region is allowed to 
compete for the title of State-at-Large Cheerlead- 
ing Champions. 

Judging for the State-at-Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 A.M. on Friday, in the Atherton 
High School Gymnasium, 3000 Dundee Road, 
Louisville. The public is invited to this outstand- 
ing event. The admission charge of $1.00 per per- 
son will go toward the expenses of the KAPOS 
scholarship award, details of which are supplied 
below. We are grateful to the administrators of 
Atherton for their generosity in opening the doors 
of their school to us for this competitive event. 
We trust that they will have no cause to fault 
our behavior. All cheerleaders and guests will be 
expected to be remindful that they are guests in 
the "home" of Atherton High School. 

At the conclusion of the judging at Atherton, 
the top four squads wiU be announced; however, 
the order of finish will not be announced until 
the trophy presentation as indicated in the fol- 
lowing section. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding cheer- 
leading squads with the recognition they so well 
deserve. All cheerleader awards wiU be presented 
between games on Friday night of the State 
Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

State Tournament: The winning and runner- 
up cheerleading squads will receive trophies, with 
the third and fourth place squads being awarded 
plaques. All tournament cheerleading squads and 
their sponsors are asked to be located close to the 
playing floor so that they can easily come to the 
floor should they be caUed foj an award. 

State-at-Large: Recognition is now being giv- 
en to cheerleading squads other than those six- 
teen fortunate enough to participate with their 
teams in the State Tournament. The winner wiU 
receive the Ted Sanford trophy, while the runner- 
up will be awarded the Jane Meyer trophy. 
Plaques will be given to the third and fourth 
place squads. The four finalists of the State-at- 
Large Judging (held Friday morning) are asked 
to report in uniform, with their sponsors, at the 
north end of the arena five minutes prior to the 
conclusion of the first game on Friday night 

It is indeed possible for one squad to be both 
State Tournament and State-at-Large Champions. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1975 



Page Nine 



GOVERNOR CARROLL DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP WEEK 

While every week should be Good Sports- 
manship Week, KAPOS has always tried to put 
special emphasis on being a good sport at State 
Tournament time. Being a good sport is part of 
being a good citizen. We don't belive that good 
citizens need to be reminded to exemplify good 
sportsmanship. However, it is especially fitting 
at tournament time to remind all citizens that 
it is a privilege to be able to attend the games 
and that each individual can contribute to the 
success of the tournament if he wUl abide by the 
KAPOS Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by Gov- 
ernor Carroll. The Governor's proclamation is on 
display at the KAPOS table. 

NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necesseiry to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel 
to help at the tournament. This involves 
at least 12 to 15 people. It is also backbreak- 
ing, tiresome work. However, we have many 
dedicated women who have indicated a wiUing- 
ness to help share these duties provided they get 
a release from their administrators. Therefore, the 
KAPOS board is seeking your understanding and 
cooperation should you be asked to release a 
teacher from her duties to help carry on the work 
that KAPOS is doing to make cheerleading a 
worthwhile educational experience in the State of 
Kentucky. 

STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the 
Stella S. Gilb Scholarship to an outstanding and 
well-deserving cheerleader from Kentucky. One 
of your cheerleaders may be a potential scholar- 
ship winner, so get your applications in early. 
Applications must be turned in no later than 
April 15. Write a KAPOS officer for application 
forms, or pick them up at the State Tournament 
KAPOS table. 

SUMMER CHEERLEADER CLINICS 

Clinic I: July 6-10 Clinic II: July 13-17 

Each year cheerleader clinics are held on the 
University of Kentucky campus, with classes 
geared to all interest and ability levels. Brochures 
giving details of the clinics can be obtained at the 
State Tournament KAPOS table or by contacting 
Mrs. Milly Rodes at Transylvania University, 
Lexington. 



REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 1974-1975 

(List Compiled February 24) 

If one telephone number is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given the first plumber is that of the home 
phone. 
Abell. Richard A., 1325 Nancy Hanks Apt. 5, Lexington 

40504, 254-2945. 276-1185 
Adams, Jack, 6109 Fern Court, Fern Creek 40291, 239-8123 
Andress, Bill, 2039 New Linden Rd., Newport 41071, 581- 

9832, 771-6970 
Ashley, Kenneth, R.R. 1, Box 113, Science Hill 42553. 423- 

3215, 678-5148 
Audas, David C, Box 2. Dunmor 42339, 657-2513, 748-4588 



Baldwin, Dennis E., 4605 Myrick PI., VaUey Station 40272, 

935-0667, 448-8210 
Bates, James R., Box 584, Whitesburg 41858, 633-7227 
Baumann, Wilbur H.. 103 Center St., Wilder, Newport 

41071, 431-7034, 261-3710 
Beach, Frankie, RFD #2, Box 45, Franklin 42134, 586-3431, 

586-4451. Ext. 312 
Bell, Ronald Keith, 197 Hedgewood Ct., Lexington 40509, 

266-0587 
Bennett, Tom, Irvine McDowell Pk.. Lancaster Ave.. 

Richmond 40475, 623-8753, 623-8753 
Bernardini, Bruno, 5018 B Hammond Heights. Ft. Camp- 
bell 42223, 798-6874, 798-4214 
Blandford, Steven, 120 E. Amherst, Louisville 40214. 368- 

0302 
Blodgett, Mike, 249 E. Reynolds Rd., Apt. 34. Lexington 

40503, 272-8753, 277-8703 
Bowling, Stuart V.. 403 Roland Ave.. Owenton 40359, 

484-5916 
Brause, Dr. Allan R., 1577 Silverglade Ct.. Cincinnati. 

Ohio 45240, 851-8484, 921-5300. Ext. 451 
Brewer, Jeffrey, 112 Loch Lomond Dr., Lexington 40503, 

272-4350 
Brewer, Lloyd, Combs 41729, 436-6672, 436-3155 
Bristol, Charles E., 183 Kentucky Circle, Radcliff 40160, 

351-4149, 624-1934 
Brown, Michael Ray, 244 E. 14th St., Bowling Green 

42101, 457-4432, 781-1372 
Brown, Robert, Greenville 42345, 338-3038. 338-4011 
Brown, Thomas O., 426 Bloomfield Rd.. Bardstown 40004, 

348-2708, 348-9046 
Browning, Charles. 903 W. Indian Trail, Louisville 40213. 

964-9830 
Bryant, Charles E., 107 Whitney Avenue. Lawrenceburg 

40342, 839-6302, 839-3385 
Bryant, Thomas O., 3312 Startan Ct.. Louisville 40220, 

459-2260 
Burdette, Wally M., 525 Auburndale Ave., Louisville 40214, 

366-5559 
Burkeen, Phil, 659 Wakefield Ave., Bowling Green 42101, 

842-4182, 842-4182 
Burkeen, Tony, 659 Wakefield Ave., Bowling Green 42101, 

842-4182, 842-4182 
Burks, Jann, 1807 Carolyn Dr.. Lexington 40502. 269-3548 
Burton, Van M.. R.R. 2. Box 208. Jackson 41339. 666-2524 
Bushkar, John, 4385 Crownwood Ave., Dayton, Ohio 45415, 

890-3368 
Butcher, David N., Haggan Hall, Apt. 4, Morehead 40351, 

784-8205 
Butner, BUly M., Rt. 1. Lancaster 40444. 792-3503. 679-1574 
Cambron, John L., 4 Congress Drive Morganlield 42437, 

389-3087, 389-2876 
Camic, David. Rt. 2. Harrodsburg 40330. 734-3693. 734-7711 
Cane, Les, 936 South 1st St., Louisville 40203, 583-6022. 

582-2211, Ext. 385 
Carl, Parker L.. 125 Camden Ave.. Versailles 40383, 875- 

5995, 873-5464 
Cash, Woodrow C, Shady Grove Tr. Ct., Rt. 2, Calvert 

City 42029, 395-7885 
Charles, James, 15 Cook Ave., Winchester 40391, 744-5298, 

255-7991 
Chatfield, Marc, 2267 Griffith St., Ashland 41101, 324-7478 
Chatoney, Jack, 825 Brlargate. Radcliff 40160, 351-4804, 

624-3616 
Cheek, Alan, Box 160, Todd HaU, Richmond 40475, 625- 

4261 
Clarke, Noble H., Jr., 2923 Riedllng Dr., Louisville 40206, 

895-2512 239-3218 
Clemmons, Billy H.. Rt. 2. Smith's Grove 42171. 597-3655, 

597-3713 
Clemmons, Douglas M., Box 236, Edmonton 42129, 432-4393, 

432-2481 
Collier. Doug, UPO 2324, Morehead 40351, 784-8530, 932- 

3267 
Colvin, James F., Forest Park Rd.. Paintsville 41240. 789- 

3691, 886-2311 
Cooper. Willie V.. 2206 Madison, Paducah 42001, 443-3107, 

444-7251 
Cornelison, Michael R., P.O. Box 7, Berea 40403, 986-9568, 

986-3371 
Cornwell, James, 506 South Main, Franklin 42134, 586-4327, 

586-4451 
Cox, Clarence "Chuck". 497 Hlll-N-Dale Rd., Lexington 

40503, 277-5991, 252-5825 
Cox, John E., Box 122, Hodgenville 42748. 358-3275. 624-6923 
Craft, Terry L., Ohio River Rd.. Greenup 41144. 473-7582 
Cross, Gordon, 402 S. Ury, Union City, Tennessee 38261, 

885-1772 
Culp, Leo, 310 Norwood Ave., Satellite Beach, Florida 

32937, 443-1083 (Paducah). 773-8391 
Cummins. Howard, 319 S. Bayly Ave., Louisville 40206, 

895-5483, 893-5524 
Cunningham. Bobby R.. Box S5. Pikeville 41501, 432-162B 
Cunningham. William. 545 A Stryker Village, Ft. Camp- 



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bell 42223, 798-3546, 798-7176 
Daniel, Roger T., P.O. Box 15, Paintsville 41240, 789-3372, 

886-2311 (Prestonsburg) 
Daniels. James F., 48 Main St., PaintsviUe 41240, 789-4558, 

789-4646 
Daniels. Robert A., Box 2, Van Lear 41265, 789-3931, 886- 

23U 
Davenport, James E., Sr., 9810 Dawson Mill Rd., Jefferson- 
town 40299, 239-5667, 452-3448 
Davis, Ralph W., 304 Highland Dr., Radcliff 40160, 351- 

6168, 624-1716 
Davis, Rudy Ray, 9217 WendeU Way, Jeffersontown 40299, 

491-1882, 454-4646 
Day. Jack L., Main St., Central City 42330, 754-4700, 754- 

2272 
Deaton, Larrv Gene, P.O. Box 572, Bowling Green 42101, 

843-3211, 842-8144 
Dickerson, Stephen L., 428 Cherry St., Henderson 42420, 

827-9702, 826-2365 
Dill, J. Roger, 200 Green Acres, Glasgow 42141, 651-2316, 

651-2316 
Divine, Wayne L., 626 Walnut, Central City 42330, 754- 

2783, 754-4474 
Dorsey. James O., P.O. Box 504, Somerset 42501, 679-2738, 

678-5929 
Duerson, Wm. R.. Rt. 2, Paint Lick 40461, 925-4071, 925- 

4072 
Durbin, Rov. 2911 Dale Ann Drive, Louisville 40220, 452- 

1730, 587-5237 
Dwyer, Jim, 5612 Ailanthus Tr., Louisville 40219, 964-0426, 

452-3629 
Dwver, Robert H., 1417 Falcon Drive, Louisville 40213, 

'637-7909. 778-5321 
Dvehouse. James F., Jr., 235 Dantzler Ct., Lexington 

40503. 278-1620, 253-0621 
Ebel. Jack, Davis Hall, Transylvania Univ., Lexington 

40508. 233-8330 
Edmonson. Johnny B., R.R. 1, Glencoe 41046. 643-5288 
Elliott, Billy A., 313 Cedar Lane, Somerset 42501, 679-2921, 

679-6371 
Fallis, George F., 269 Lake Street, Ludlow 41016, 581- 

9769. 261-8211 
Farrell, Joseph, 11 Floral Ct.. Ft. Thomas 41075, 441-7812, 

941-4930 
Forker. Maurice, Box 384, Sebree 42455. 835-7713, 835-7891 
Foust, Ray, Jr. Box 677, Calvert City 42029, 395-4901, 395- 

4154. Ext. 324 
Frankel, Louis S., 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville 40220, 

452-6519. 452-6519 
Froebel. Marty, 5553 A Folger, Ft. Knox 40121, 624-8460, 

624-3247 
Frymire. L. H., 101 Spring Street, Irvington 40146, 547- 

2553 547-3951 
Gabriel,' Richard H., 4316 Wingate Rd., Louisville 40207, 

266-3945 895-1903 
Gardner, Larry, Rt. 4, Box 159, Fulton 42041, 838-6604, 

838-6604 
Gibbons, Mike. 207 W. 12th, Apt. 7, Lexington 40505, 254- 

2592 255-0712 
Gibson, ' Gary, 914 Denmark, Louisville 40215, 366-0445 
Gibson, Junior L., Clarkson 42726, 242-3551, 242-3611 
Goad, Dale B., Gamaliel 42140, 457-2201 
Goetz. Herbert. 35 Linet Ave.. Highland Heights 41076, 

441-2825 
Goodman, Bennie Ray, Rt. 2, Box 294, Cecilia 42724, 862- 

4638, 862-3924 
Graven, Garv, 3223 Pomeroy Dr., Louisville 40220, 491- 

6569 
Green, Donald, P.O. Box 782, Mayfield 42066, 247-6038, 247- 

6445 
Greer. R. Wayne, 6905 Creston Drive, Pleasure Ridge Park 

40258, 935-0642 
Gregory, Roger D., Box 451, Auburn 42206, 542-4686, 542- 

9955 
Grimes, Herman L., Salem 42078, 988-2193, 388-7562 
Gurren, Steve, 604 Wallace Ave., Covington 41014, 261- 

4066, 431-1700 
Hall, Greg, 119 Summit Drive, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 341-2306 
Hall, Jay, Box 111, Virgie 41572, 639-2434 
Handley, Woodie, Rt. 2, Hodgenville 42748. 358-3345, 358- 

3195 
Hardin, Don G., Box 88, Morehead 40351, 784-7698, 845- 

9871 
Harlow, Stephen J., 3311 Schneiter Ave., Louisville 40215, 

366-6274 
Hatfield, David, 1734 Klerner Lane, New Albany, Indiana 

47150, 948-0041 
Haynes. Michael D., 3306 Allison Way, Louisville 40220, 

456-1749, 366-0371 
Heaberlin. Bill, 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6915, 325-8511, Ext. 253 
Heaberlin, William, Jr., 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods 

41139. 836-6915, 836-6915 
Hensley, Eugene, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 254, Smilax 41764, 279-2148 



Henson, Don R., Rt. 1, Smithland 42081, 928-2047, 988-3263 
Herald. Paul Robin, Quicksand 41363, 666-7117, 666-2805 
Herp, Kenneth R., Jr., 310 Huntington Pk. Dr., Louisville 

40213, 969-0510, 581-4450 

Herren, Thomas Kelly, 667 Hill-N-Dale Rd., Lexington 

40503, 277-4029, 252-9323 
Herrick, Calvin P., Jr., 200 S. Arnold Ave., Prestonsburg 

41653, 886-3494, 886-2311 
Higgins, James P., Sr., 4206 Norene Lane, Louisville 40219, 

969-5267, 452-4154 
Hilpp, Louis E., 7509 Devereaux Lane, Louisville 40258, 935- 

8080 
Holland. Bridges L.. Rt. 4. Mayfield 42066, 376-5469 
Horrell, Bennie, 2807 Royal Drive, Owensboro 42301, 684- 

6431, 683-4616 
Hudson, Douglas, Box 43, WorthviUe 41098, 732-6423 
Hudson, Mark D., Box 43. WorthviUe 41098. 732-6423 
Huffman, Glenn, 4109 Plantaganet, Lexington 40504, 254- 

0917, 254-0917 
Ingraham, Gary, 9706 Lanesboro Way, Louisville 40222, 

425-5215, 897-2815 
Jackson, Douglas Moroni, P.O. Box 101, Greenville 42345, 

338-3947 
Jarboe, Ronald L., 13906 Lyons Ave., Valley Station 40272, 

935-9499 
Johnson, Ned. 117 South 2nd, Bardstown 40004, 348-3534 
Johnson. W. Lvnn, P.O. Box 329, Morehead 40351, 784- 

5393, 845-2551, Ext. 228 
Jones, Donald Lee. 437 Jackson St., CampbeUsville 42718, 

465-5953, 781-8150 
Jones, Robert, 1312 Kirkwood, Murray 42071, 753-7504, 

924-5602 
Joseph, Charles S.. 1081 Lincoln Tr. Blvd., RadcUff 40121, 

351-6710, 351-6677 
Kaufman, Alvin R., 8215 St. Anthony Ch. Rd., Louisville 

40214, 366-0126, 584-8315 

Keeling, Reuben, 1649 Yarbro Lane, Paducah 42001, 442-4190 
Kennedy. James, Rt. 5. 212 Paddock Subdivision, Ver- 

saiUes 40383, 873-7490, 873-5948 
King, James A., 5000 Clarmar Rd., Jeffersontown 40299, 

239-8015. 778-2791 
Kirkland, Wade, 103 Bentley Ave., Whitesburg 41858, 633- 

9553, 633-2246 
Klump, William Roger, 1415 Goddard Ave., Louisville 

40204. 451-3632, 584-8123 
Kouns, Perry H., P.O. Box 148, Hitchins 41146, 474-9139, 

474-9139 
Kouns, Robert, Box 582, South Shore 41175, 932-4540, 932- 

3323 
Lacy, James R., Box 432. Campton 41301, 668,3246, 668- 

3246 
Lamar, Huston O., Box 116, Cloverport 40111, 788-6538 
LaRue, William D., Jr., Salem 42078, 988-3138, 388-7562 
Leneave, Robert E., 205 E. 18th St., Benton 42025, 527- 

3661, 527-2561 
Logsdon, Michael. 113 Arbor Park North, Louisville 40214, 

368-9430, 366-9561, Ext. 453 
Lusk, Michael, 407 N. 3rd St., Bardstown 40004, 348-8223, 

348-9046 
McBride, W. Kenneth, 157 St. William Dr., Lexington 

40502, 266-7786, 255-6666, Stat. 5 
McClelland, John Michael, 527 Laketower Dr., #60, Lex- 
ington 40502, 269-5586, 255-0835 
McClure, Frank E., 3308 Nanz Ave., Louisville 40207, 897- 

3081 582-5922 
McCord! Bob, 733 Gentry Lane, MadisonviUe 42431, 821- 

0267 
Mcintosh, Charles, Rt. 5, Shelbyville 40065, 834-7851 
McMurtrey, Tom, General Delivery, Summer Srade 42166, 

428-3541, 748-3849 
Markham, Stan, 1409 Claggett, Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

2379. 842-1674 
Marlette, Ronald L., 428 Powhatan Trail, Frankfort 40601, 

695-4526, 564-3925 
Marshall, Barry J., 4305 Winnepeg Way, Lexington 40503, 

272-1619, 272-1619 
Mason, George, 20 Summer HIU, S. Nevirport 41071, 581- 

3434, 421-6815 
Matthews, Robert A., Rt. 4, Donna Lane, Bardstown 

40004, 348-3439, 348-9096 
Mattingly. Charles 'Pete', 3813 Poplar Level Road, Louis- 
ville 40213, 458-2129, 582-3311 
Moberly, Harold F.. 612 Worcester Road, Lexington 40503, 

278-8656, 252-6773 
Moonevhan, James H., 810 Henry Street, Franklin 42134, 

586-4989, 586-6000 
Moore, Phillip H., Rt. 6, Box 403, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-3067, 842-5302 
Moorehead, Alfred K., 146 Grace Court, Apt. 3, Ft. Mitch- 
ell 41017. 331-6781, 352-7261 
Morgan, Billv Bruce, Rt. 3, Jackson School Road, Benton 

42025, 527^^-5401 
Morgan, Richard, Rt. 7, Box 78, London 40741, 864-9253, 

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Morton, William E., 4505 Sunset Avenue, Louisville 40211, 

774-1754 589-4321 Ext 255 
Mulligan, j! T., 427 Center Street, Erlanger 41018, 341-5628 
Mullins, Arthur, Elkhorn City 41522, 754-4041, 754-5081 
Mulllns, Kerry, Box 154-B, Belcher 41513, 754-8567 
Muoio, Raymond A., Rt. 5, Tates Creek Estates, Nicholas- 

viile 40356, 272-4629 
Nagel. WilUam E., 33 Retreat Street. Southgate 41075, 441- 

2231 
Napier, Oramious, Jr., R.R. 1, Box 562, Hazard 41701, 436- 

2590 
Norwood, Thomas, 811 Henry Street, Franklin 42134, 586- 

3614. 586-3541 
Oliphant, Sonny, Box 71, Gamaliel 42140, 457-3151, 457-3904 
Orr, Charles M., 4512 Cane Run Road, LouisvUle 40216, 

448-6530 
O'Steen, Edward Lee, Morehead State University, UPO 

Box 552, Morehead 40351, 784-6724 
Palko. Joseph G., 201 West Main Street, Lynch 40855, 

848-2211 
Pardue, Israel L.. 1005 So. 28th Street, Louisville 40211, 

776-6637. 774-6431 
Parker. Larry Alan, Box N, RusseU 41169, 836-8713 
Parkey, Eddie, 105 Edgewood Road, Middlesboro 40965, 

248-4139. 248-3378 
Pearl. George W., 3112 Vogue Avenue, Louisville 40220, 

452-1288, 582-5521 
Pearson. James G.. 15 Terrace Avenue, Crestview 41076, 

441-5799, 381-3050 
Pelphrey, Joe D., General Delivery, West Prestonsburg 

41668, 886-6265. 886-2475 
Penner, Daniel, 31 Colonial Oaks #3, Louisville 40214, 

367-2612 
Penner, Merritt D., Jr., Route 5, Box 392, Manchester 

40962, 598-3711 
Pinson. David Lee 'Bo'. Rt. 4, Box 566, Pikeville 41501, 

437-4639, 456-7716 
Prather, Clinton 'Turk'. 212 E. Main Street, LaGrange 

40031, 222-1984, 222-1984 
Quisenberry, James M., 1900 Farnsley Road. Apt. 9, Louis- 
ville 40216, 448-6152, 366-0940 
Raines. J, W.. 1117 Lebanon Road, DanviUe 40422, 236- 

3380, 236-6334 

Ramev, Gary G., Route 1, Morehead 40351, 683-2181, 674- 

6325 
Rhodes. Don. 517iA E. Farren Avenue, Earlington 42410, 

383-5292, 821-4780 
Ring. Bill, 481 Rookwood Parkway, Lexington 40505, 299- 

7089, 255-8492 
Roberts, Harry, 417 Monument Street, Falmouth 41040, 

654-5471, 654-3314 
Rogers, Bob, 220 Sherwood Drive, Hopklnsville 42240, 

886-7226, 886-4463 

Rogers. Eldridge, 310 Talbert, HopkinsviUe 42240. 885- 

5571, 886-3921 
Rogers, Rufus B., 5571-B Hiers Street, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

1966, 624-8451 
Rowe. Thomas M., 5509 Azalea Lane, Louisville 40258, 

937-1267 
RutledHe, Robert A., Box 316 Dupree Hall, Richmond 

40475, 275-4758, 625-4340 
Saindon. Lee, 758 Bravington Way, Lexington 40503, 

278-5523 
Salver, Joel Dean, Pettit Avenue, Morehead 40351, 784- 

6338 
Sandusky. Jerry, Rt. 1, Box 114, Liberty 42539, 787-7742, 

787-7484 
Scott. Bill. 1816 McDonald Road, Lexington 40503, 278- 

2844, 278-9702 
Scott. Walter G., 4789 Clevesdale, Cincinnati, Ohio 45238, 

471-5014 
Sefcovic, Harold. 1120 Choctaw Trail, Georgetown 40324, 

863-3693, 863-3910 
Shaw. Robert S., 531 Osage Trail, Frankfort 40601, 695- 

2508, 227-4408 
Simpson, Gary. 593 Bishop Drive, Lexington 40505, 299- 

5395 
Slone. Mack D., Rt. 1, Box 911C. PikeviUe 41501, 432-2797, 

437-6361 
Soper, Clyde, Box 111, Millersburg 40348, 484-3487, 293- 

3969 

Spalding, Charles P., 8107 Jasmine Lane, Louisville 40228, 

239-1907 
Stanley, O. A., Box 154B, Belcher 41513, 754-8567 
Stephenson, Harry, 1612 Hawthorne Lane, Lexington 

40505, 299-1757, 233-8221 
Stethen, James E., Box 134, Bedford 40006, 255-3285, 265- 

4717 (Madison, Indiana) 



Stewart, Dale, 514 Catalina Drive, Owensboro 42301, 926- 

1676, 685-3121 
Stone, Johnny, Route 1, Princeton 42445, 365-5178 
Strain, Richard P., P.O. Box 472, Radcliff 40160, 351-4306, 

624-2214 
Stratton, Robert J., Rt. 6, Eastview, Shelbyville 40065, 

633-3816, 633-1612 
Straus, William W., 212 Culpepper Drive, Lexington 40502, 

266-6347, 252-2275 
Strong, Logan, Haddix 41331 
Styer, Charles, R.R. 1, Box 174, Alexandria 41001, 635- 

5161, 241-1865 
Sullivan, WiUiam H., Ill Evergreen Drive, Lawrenceburg 

40342, 839-4177, 839-3061 

Swart, J. D., HHC USARECSTA, Ft. Knox 40121, 351-9158, 

624-2619 
Tanaka, Larry T., 2123 North Elm, Henderson 42420, 826- 

2664, 826-2247 

Taylor, Jim, 53 Roselawn Drive, Independence 41051, 356- 
2395, 356-3541 

Taylor, John O., 422 Brookhaven, Box 48, DanviUe 40422, 

236-3915, 236-3181 
Taylor, Lucian, Jr., 236 Skyline Trailer Park, Bowling 

Green 42101, 842-5673 (Bus.) 
Taylor, Timothy R., 3857 Shelly Drive, Owensboro 42301, 

684-2316, 264-1222 
Thomas, Bryan P., 400 Starks Bldg., Louisville 40202, 451- 

5678, 585-5802 
Thompson, Ronnie, P.O. Box 60, Zebulon 41501, 432-1942, 

437-6361 
Tomerlin, Allen, 3251 Poplarview Drive, Louisville 40216, 

447-4861 

Tucker, Jerome L, 1339 Texas Avenue, Louisville 40217, 

635-7965, 896-1757 
Tucker, Joseph P., 23 AqulUa, Florence 41042, 391-8482 
Turner, Larry Glen, Lees Jr. College, Jackson 41339, 666- 

7525, 666-7521 

Tyre, Don, 316 Senate Drive, Frankfort 40601, 223-3668, 

254-6612, Ext. 211 (Lexington) 
Urlage, Richard, 822 Highland Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5513, 874-8820 
Vandermale, John, 3149 Trinity Road, Lexington 40503, 

278-4219, 277-3977 
Vidt, John H., 605 Rothbury Lane, LouisvUle 40243, 245- 

9176, 425-0477 
Votaw, Tony. 219 Southport Drive, Lexington 40503, 277- 

5480, 233-2000, Ext. 2564 
Ward, Stephen R., 1404 DeBarr, LouisviUe 40204, 583-6720, 

897-3161, Ext. 115 
Washer, Jamie, 110 Broach Avenue So., Murray 42071, 

753-5330, 753-5312 
Watson, Harold T., Jr.. 3231 Adams Street, Paducah 42001, 

442-0426, 443-8263 
Watts. Elbert W., 5208 Eugene Way, Louisville 40216, 447- 

8303, 937-2300 
Wellman, David, 622 St. Ann, Owensboro 42301, 683-5619 
Wheeler, David, 1301 Lincoln Avenue, Paintsville 41245, 

789-8513, 625-3468 

Whitehead, David, 3932 PhiUips. Paducah 42001, 442-5618, 

442-6126 
Wilcox, Ursal R., Auxier 41602, 886-3329, 886-2703 

Wiley. Michael J., 10th & Stafford Avenue, PaintsvUle 

41240 789-4530, 789-4001, Ext. 62 
Wilkinson. Jeffrey L., UPO Box 763, M.S.U., Morehead 

40351, 783-3391, 783-3391 
Williams, James A„ 203 Guthrie, Horse Cave 42749, 786- 

2867, 758-2214 
Williamson, Junior, Lower Cline Street, PikeviUe 41501, 

437-7171, 437-9380 
Wilson, Philip M., 5003 Dreamers Way, Louisville 40219, 

964-6234 
Winfrey, Shelby, 315 Sharon Drive, CampbeUsvUle 42718, 

465-8392, 465-5502 
Wingfield, Felix G.. 1132 Eastern Parkway, LouisviUe 

40217, 636-2282, 772-2531 
Wood. Thomas D.. 1629 Ehrler Drive, LouisviUe 40213, 

634-9334, 581-3411 
Wright, Brett A., 41 Tlmberlawn Circle, Frankfort 40601, 

784-4749 (Morehead), 987-1395 (Paris) 
Wright. John Wayne, Rt. 3, Box 87-K, Murray 42071, 753- 

2366, 753-5833 
Wvatt Whayne D„ 6011 Applegate Lane, Louisville 40219, 

969-2816, 426-2000, Ext. 547 
Zirnheld. Leonard, 9105 Blue Lick Road, LoiusvlUe 40219, 

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1975 BASEBALL 
EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

(Continued from Page One) 

clare time. He will then advise the batter to ad- 
vance to 1st base. In this situation, Rl, who is 
on 2nd, and R2, who is on 1st, are forced to ad- 
vance to 3rd and 2nd bases, respectively. When 
each base runner has reached his proper base and 
the pitcher gets on the pitcher's plate with the 
ball in his possession, the umpire-in-chief wiU caU 
out "play ball" and beckon the pitcher to pitch. 
The batter must enter the batter's box before the 
defensive team can make its request to the um- 
pire and also the umpire must declare time before 
ordering the batter to go to 1st base. By following 
this procedure of the umpire declaring time when 
the request is made, there are no points of con- 
fusion for either team. 

13. Play: With 2 out and Rl on 3rd and a count 
of ball two, strike two, Fl delivers a pitch. B4 
strikes at and misses the pitch and the ball hits 
F2 on the shinguard and bounces into the air. F2 
grabs the ball while it is stiH in flight. 

Ruling: B4 is declared out since F2 legally 
caught the 3rd strike. Had the ball hit the bat of 
B4 and then struck the shinguard of F2, who 
subsequently grasped the ball in flight, the play 
would have been ruled an uncaught foul ball. 

14. Play: With Rl on 1st, B2 hits a line drive 
which glances off the mitt of F3 and strikes the 
head protector of Rl advancing to 2nd base. The 
batted baU is then caught by F4 before touching 
the ground. Is the batter declared out? 

Ruling: No. The ball remains alive since this is 
not ruled a catch by F4 although he did get the 
possession of the baU before it touched the 
ground, however, as soon as the baU contacted the 
umpire or Rl, its status changed to that of a 
ground baU. Had not the baU made contact with 
the base umpire or Rl but ricocheted in flight 
off the mitt of F3 and then went directly to the 
glove of F4 who caught the baU, B2 would be out. 

15. Play: If Fl is touching the pitcher's plate 
when his overthrow becomes dead, does this al- 
ways result in the awarding of one base instead 
of two hp""" to each base runner? 

Ruling: Yes, provided Fl is touching his plate in 
a normal pitching situation. If Fl has fielded a 
batted ball or has fielded a throw and is in con- 
tact with his plate when he overthrows a base, 
he then is an infielder by rule and not delivering 
a pitch from the pitcher's plate. In such cases, 
each runner is awarded 2 bases from where he 
was when the thrown ball left the hand of Fl. 

16. Play: Bl hits a ground ball towards 1st base. 
The ball is touched by Bl in his advance to 1st. 
The touching is (a) intentional; or (b) accidental 
while the ball is over fair ground; or (c) accident- 
al while the ball is over foul ground before the 
baU has reached 1st base; or (d) accidental and 
over foul ground but after ball has become fair 
by striking 1st base. 

Ruling: In (a), it is ruled interference unless the 
ball is over foul ground with no chance of be- 
coming caught or becoming a fair baU. In (b), it is 
interference. In (c) and (d), it is not ruled inter- 
ference because the ball is on or over foul groimd 
and the action was accidental 



17. Play: With Rl on 1st base, Fl commits a 
balk but the pitch is delivered and hits B2. 
Ruling: Because Rl is on 1st, the balk is ignored. 
The advance of B2 to 1st results in an advance by 
Rl. Had Rl been on another base, the penalty for 
the balk would have been enforced because the 
ball became retroactively dead at the time of the 
balk, the hitting of the batter with the pitch is 
ignored. 

18. Play: B2 hits a fly ball which comes down 
near a field enclosure with both F9 or F2 attempt- 
ing a catch. A spectator touches the ball in flight 
while it is: (a) in front of the wall; or (b) over 
the stands. 

Ruling: Any batted ball touched in flight by a 
spectator Decomes dead immediately. If the um- 
pire feels the ball could have been caught by a 
fielder, and it was not over the stand, he shall 
declare the batter out when the spectator inter- 
erence occurs and order all runners to return to 
the bases they legally occupied at the time of the 
pitch. Should a spectator prevent a fair ball from 
going over the fence in flight, the batter and all 
base runners are awarded home base. Should a 
foul ball be touched in flight over the stands, the 
ball becomes dead immediately and no catch can 
be allowed. 

19. Play: With two out, SI replaces batter, B6. 
Before SI finishes his term at bat, a runner is out 
to end the inning. Since SI is not charged with 
the time at bat, may B6 now return to the field 
instead of SI? 

Ruling: Yes, provided B6 was a starting player 
who had not previously re-entered the contest. 
SI becomes a player as soon as he was announced 
by the umpire. 

20. Play: R2 is on 2nd and Rl on 1st when B3 
hits fair ball to F7 who fields the baU on the first 
bounce. Rl advances to 3rd and continues toward 
home. F7 throws ball to F2 who fields the ball 
cleanly and has ball waiting on base path to tag 
out Rl when latter attempts to score. Rl seeing 
he has no chance to get past F2 stands up and 
deUberately barrels into F2 hoping to dislodge the 
ball from his grasp. 

Ruling and Comment: There have been cases re- 
ported in which F2 has the ball, standing on the 
base line, and waiting for the runner who is some 
distance away. Upon seeing he has no chance of 
reaching the base safely, tiie runner remains on 
his feet and crashes forcefully and deliberately 
into the catcher or any other fielder, rather than 
sliding in an attempt to avoid being tagged out 
thus hoping to jar the defensive player so hsird 
that he will drop the ball. Very severe injury can 
and has resulted from such unnecessary unsports- 
manlike tactics. An experienced umpire can read- 
ily recognize such action when it occurs and 
should declare the runner out for his unsports- 
manlike action. If such action by the base run- 
ner is interpreted by the umpire as being a fla- 
grant act, the violator can and should be disqual- 
ified from the game as well. 

21. Play: It is announced that substitute Smith 
will pinch-hit for starting catcher Brown who is in 
6th place in the batting order and has played the 
entire game. When may Brown reenter the con- 
test? 

Ruling: Immediately and he must return to 6th 
place in the batting order when he does. 

(Continued in April Athlete) 



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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVII— NO. 9 



APRIL, 1975 



$1.00 Per Year 



1975 Annual Meeting 

The business meeting of the K.H.S.A.A. will 
be held on Thursday, April 17, at 2:00 P.M., in the 
Roof Garden, Brown Education Building, Louis- 
ville. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution, the following changes in 
the Constitution and By-Laws will be acted upon 
by the Delegate Assembly. 

Proposal I 

Prin. J. O. Dingus, Allen Central High School, 
proposes that Constitution Article IV, Section 2, 
Item a, be amended to read: "They shall be a full 
time certified employee of a Board of Education 
in the region they are to represent and must re- 
main in a similar capacity in that region during 
their tenure of office." 

Proposal II 

The Board of Control proposes that: A stu- 
dent who has represented a member school as a 
first team player in football or basketball shall 
not compete in an all-star or post-season game. 
The penalty for violation shall be loss of eligibility 
in all sports for the remainder of the school year. 

A student who has been a first team player 
in football or basketball and has eligibility remain- 
ing in these sports shall not take part in an all- 
star or post-season game at any time. The penalty 
is loss of ehgibility for one year. 

The principals of the Big Eight Conference 
Schools namely: Frank List, Apollo; W. P. Wheel- 
er, Daviess County; Howard Crittenden, Hender- 
son County; William Womack, Henderson; Floyd 
Brown, Madisonville-North Hopkins; Shelby For- 
sythe, Ohio County; Bill VanWinkle, Owensboro; 
Fr. Calhoun, Owensboro Catholic; Richard Vin- 
cent, Union County; presents the proposals that 
By-Law 27, Limitations of Seasons, be changed to 
read as follows: 

Proposal III 

The football season begins four weeks prior 
to the opening date of school and ends with finals 
of the state playoffs. 

Practice, contests or clinics for football shall 
be held only between the dates set for football 
and no other organized practice, contests or clinics 
shall be permitted. 

Proposal IV 

The basketball season for non-football schools 
(girls and boys) begins on October 1 and ends with 
the final game of the state tournaments. 

The basketball season for football schools 
(girls and boys) begins on October 15 and ends 
with the final game of the state tournaments. 

Practice, contests or clinics for basketball 
shall be held only between the dates set for bas- 
ketball and no other organized practice, contests 
or clinics shall be permitted. 
Proposal V 

The wrestling season begins on October 15 
and ends with the finals of the state tournament. 



Practice, contests or clinics for wrestling shaU 
be held only between the dates set for wrestling 
and no other organized practice, contests or cUn- 
ics shall be permitted. This does not apply to ath- 
letes entering contests as unattached individuals. 
Proposal VI 

The baseball, golf, tennis and track seasons 
begin on March 1 and end with the state champ- 
ionship meets or tournaments. Teams wishing to 
compete in the Mason-Dixon Track Meet may be- 
gin practice one month prior to the games and 
conclude with the games. 

Practice, contests or clinics for spring sports 
shall be held only between the dates set for spring 
sports and no other organized practice, contests 
or clinics shall be permitted. This does not apply 
to athletes entering contests as unattached indi- 
viduals. 

Proposal VII 

The soccer season begins four weeks prior to 
the opening day of school and ends with the state 
tournament. 

Practice, contests or clinics for soccer shall 
be held only between the dates set for soccer and 
no other organized practice, contests or cUnics 
shaU be permitted. This does not apply to athletes 
entering contests as individuals. 
Proposal VIII 

The gymnastics, rifle, fencing and swimming 
seasons shall begin with the opening day of 
school and end with finals of the state champion- 
ship. 

Practice, contests or clinics for other sports 
shall be held only between the dates set for the 
other sports and no other organized practice, con- 
tests or clinics shall be permitted. This does not 
apply to athletes who enter contests as unattached 
individuals. 

Proposal IX 

Change the first sentence of By-Law 27, Sec- 
tion 5, to read: "Prior to the first game a football 

or soccer team may have " instead of 

"Prior to the football season a football team may 

have " 

Proposal X 

Any individual and/or school violating Pro- 
posals III through VIII shall be suspended from 
the K.H.S.A.A. for a period of one year in the 
sport in w hich the violation took place . 

1975 BASEBALL 
EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

(Continued from March ATHLETE) 
22. Play: Rl is on 1st when B2 hits a single to 
center field and Rl in his advance to 3rd misses 
2nd base. F4 takes a relay from F8 and turns 
around to come in or near the mound to give 

(Continued on Page Four) 

the ball to the pitcher and to also render him 

some encouragement. B2, who sees 2nd base un- 

(Continued on Page Five) 



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VOL. XXXVII— NO. 9 



APRIL, 1975 



Pnbllahad monthlr, axecpt June and July, by tb* 

Kanludqr High School AlUsllc Asioclallon 
Offlc* oi PubUcallon. 560 E. Coopar Dr.. P. O. Box 7S02, 

Laxlngton, Ky, 40502 
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Acceptance for mailing at special rale of postage provid- 
ed for in Sectio^i 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. 

EdUor JOE B. MANSFIEU} 

AnlBlant EdUor JEAN BATSEL 

AMUlant EdUor TOM MILLS 

Aniitant EdUor LOUIS STOUT 

Asaistanl EdUor BILLY V. WISE 

I.«xlnglon, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

I^esldent W. P. WHEELER (1971-1975), Owensboro 

Vice-President LOUIE MARTIN (1972-1976), Corbin 

Directors Eldon E. Davidson (1974-1977), Monticello; 

Andrew J. Fultz (1972-1976), Olive Hill; Arthur R. Hawkins 
(1972-1976), Mt. Sterli^ig; CecU Reid (1974-1977), Symsonla; 
George E. Sauer, Jr., (1974-1978), LouUville: Frank B. 
Simpson (1972-1976), Louisville; Ray Story (1974-1978), 
Radcliff; Falrce O. Woods (1974-1975), Flemlngsburg; 
Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education representative. 
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1. School's Report on Basketball Officials 

2. Official's Report on Schools (Basketball) 



Schedule of Events 

For K.H.S.A.A. State Track Meet 

(Classes A, AA, Boys & Girls) 

Western Kentucky University 

May 23-24, 1975 

Preliminary Heats 

NOTE: Isi & 2nd Place Qualify for Finals 
Friday — May 23, 1975 

400 Yd. Relay — A Girls 
9:00 — Heat #1 
9:05 — Heat #2 
9:10 — Heat #3 
440 Yd. Relay — AA Girls 
9:15 — Heat #1 
9:20 — Heat #2 
9:25 — Heat #3 
60 Yd. Hurdles — A Girls 
9:35 — Heat #1 
9:40 — Heat #2 
9:45 — Heat #3 
60 Yd. Hurdles — AA Girls 
9:50 — Heat #1 
9:55 — Heat #2 
10:00 — Heat #3 
120 Yd. High Hurdles — A Boys 
10:10 — Heat #1 
10:15 — Heat #2 
10:20 — Heat #3 
120 Yd. High Hurdles — AA Boys 
•10:25 — Heat #1 
10:30 — Heat #2 
10:35 — Heat #3 
100 Yd. Dash — A Girls 
10:45 — Heat #1 
10:50 — Heat #2 
10:55 — Heat #3 



100 Yd. Dash — AA Girls 
11:00 — Heat #1 
11:05 — Heat #2 
11:10 — Heat #3 
100 Yd. Dash — A Boys 
11:15 — Heat #1 
11:20 — Heat #2 
11:25 — Heat #3 
100 Yd. Dash — AA Boys 
11:30 — Heat #1 
11:35 — Heat #2 
11:40 — Heat #3 
440 Yd. Dash — A Girls 
12:30 — Heat #1 
12:35 — Heat #2 
12:40 — Heat #3 
440 Yd. Dash — AA Girls 
12:45 — Heat #1 
12:50 — Heat #2 
12:55 — Heat #3 
440 Yd. Dash — A Boys 
1:00 — Heat #1 
1:05 — Heat #2 
1:10 — Heat #3 
440 Yd. Dash — AA Boys 
1:15 — Heat #1 
1:20 — Heat #2 
1:25 — Heat #3 
880 Yd. Medley — A Girls 
1:35 — Heat #1 
1:40 — Heat #2 
1:45 — Heat #3 
880 Yd. Medley — AA Girls 
1:50 — Heat #1 
1:55 — Heat #2 
2:00 — Heat #3 
880 Yd. Run — A Boys 
2:10 — Heat #1 
2:15 — Heat #2 
2:20 — Heat #3 
880 Yd. Run — AA Boys 
2:25 — Heat #1 
2:30 — Heat #2 
2:35 — Heat #3 
880 Yd. Run — A Girls 
2:40 — Heat #1 
2:45 — Heat #2 
2:50 — Heat #3 
880 Yd. Run — AA Girls 
2:55 — Heat #1 
3:00 — Heat #2 
3:05 — Heat #3 
220 Yd. Dash — A Boys 
3:15 — Heat #1 
3:20 — Heat #2 
3:25 — Heat #3 
220 Yd. Dash — AA Boys 
3:30 — Heat #1 
3:35 — Heat #2 
3:40 — Heat #3 
220 Yd. Dash — A Girls 
3:45 — Heat #1 
3:50 — Heat #2 
3:55 — Heat #3 
220 Yd. Dash — AA Girls 
4:00 — Heat #1 
4:05 — Heat #2 
4:10 — Heat #3 
Mile Relay — A Boys 
4:20 — Heat #1 
4:25 — Heat #2 
4:30 — Heat #3 
(Continued on Page Four) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1975 



Page Three 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on Friday, March 21, 1975. The meeting 
was called to order by President W. P. Wheeler 
at 9:00 A.M. with aU Board members, Commis- 
sioner J. B. Mansfield, Assistant Commissioners 
Tom Mills and Louis Stout present. Mr. Conley 
Manning was present representing the State De- 
partment of Education. The invocation was given 
by Frank Simpson. 

Arthur Hawkins moved, seconded by Louie 
Martin, that the reading of the minutes of the 
previous meeting be waived since the members of 
the Board had received copies of these minutes. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner reported on the results of 
the recent balloting for Board membership for 
Sections 2 and 5. In Section 2 the votes were as 
follows: Denvil Barriger, Principal of Bowling 
Green High School, 22; Howard Gorrell, Principal 
of Auburn High School, 19. In Section 5, Gene 
Sell, Principal of Newport High School, 26; Rev. 
Edwin Heile, Principal of Covington Latin High 
School, 14. 

Commissioner Mansfield reported that the re- 
cent referendums presented to member schools at 
the request of the principals of the Big Eight Con- 
ference Schools failed to receive the necessary 
two-thirds votes to be adopted. A total of 128 yes 
votes and 111 no votes were cast. 

Proposal number two in • this referendum 
which was submitted by the Board of Control, 
proposing that the second sentence of Article V 
in the Constitution be changed to read "The sec- 
retary of the Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association and the president of the Kentucky 
Girls' Sports Association shall be members of the 
Delegate Assembly" received the necessary two- 
thirds vote and was adopted. The vote was 195 
for and 44 opposed to adopting the proposal. 

There was a discussion of new proposals to be 
submitted by the Board and member schools at 
the forthcoming 1975 Delegate Assembly. A list 
of these proposals appear elsewhere in this issue 
of the ATHLETE, and copies have been sent to 
all member schools. George Sauer moved, second- 
ed by Ray Story, that these proposals be sub- 
mitted to the Delegate Assembly. The motion 
was carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mansfield read a letter from Prin. Albert 
Wall of Frankfort High School requesting that 
Frankfort be moved from basketball District 41, 
Region 11, to District 30, Region 8. Following 
considerable discussion. Jack Fultz moved that 
the request be denied. Frank Simpson seconded 
the motion and all members voted aye. 

Mr. Mansfield presented letters to the Board 
from Mr. Mike Elkins, Athletic Director at Berea 
Community High School, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 
ert Spurlock, requesting that the Board declare 
Ricky Spurlock eligible to participate in athletics 
at Berea Community High School. Ricky is ineli- 
gible under By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. 
Following a discussion of the case, Louie Martin 
made the motion that Commissioner Mansfield in- 
vestigate the case further and report his findings 
to the Board at the next meeting. Arthur Hawkins 
seconded the motion and all members voted aye. 

Mr. Al Arbogast, of the Kingden Insurance 
Company came before the Board to present a 
catastrophe insurance plan for member schools. 
He explained that any student (male or female) 



In Memoriam 




Fred E. Reece 

Fred E. "Rock" Reece died on March 5, 1975, 
at the Veterans Hospital in Lexington, a victim 
of cancer. "Rock," as he was known to his count- 
less friends throughout the state, was a native of 
Lexington. He was a football and basketball player 
at Henry Clay High School and was a graduate of 
Transylvania College. "Rock" was a veteran of 
World War II. 

"Rock" had made his home in Versailles and 
coached and taught at Lafayette and VersaiUes. 
From 1953 to 1960 he was basketball coach at 
Bourbon County High School. In 1954 his team 
reached the semi-finals of the State Tournament. 

At the time of his death "Rock" was employed 
by the State Department of Education as a Facility 
Specialist in the Bureau of Rehabilitation Services. 

"Rock" was one of the outstanding football 
officials in central Kentucky from 1953 to 1970. 
He was selected by the coaches and the K.H.S.A.A. 
to officiate in many state playoffs. For many 
years he gave valuable assistance toward the run- 
ning of the state basketball tournament, swim- 
ming meets, track meets and baseball tourna- 
ments. 

Mr. Reece is survived by his wife, Mary Jean, 
three daughters and two sons. 



regularly enrolled in a member school of the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association would be 
covered while engaged in, practicing for, or trav- 
eling to and from all activities under jurisdiction 
of the K.H.S.A.A. and the direct supervision of a 
school employee. This plan also includes all reg- 
istered officials of the K.H.S.A.A. while officiat- 
ing, or traveling to or from the game they are to 
officiate. Up to $25,000.00 is payable, after a 
$1,000.00, deductible, and after all other collecti- 
ble insurance coverage is considered for eligible 
medical expenses incurred. Mr. Arbogast offered 
this plan to the Board for an annual premium 
rate of $12,000.00 per year. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1975 



CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL— SEMI-FINALIST 
1975 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left lo Right) Front How: Dariyl Yarbrough, Duncan Hill, Ed Gregory, Jerry Petty, William Duncan, Ricky 
Daniels. Second Row: Coach White, Rodney Benson, Bruce Little, Charles Mathies, Flenoil Crook, Keith Rudolph, 
Dow Buford. Coach Robert Graves. 



Following the presentation of Mr. Arbogast, a 
similar plan was offered by Doug Ruedlinger, Ins. 
of Topeka, Kansas. This plan offered the same 
coverage at an annual premium of $10,500.00. 

Following considerable discussion concerning 
claim service, rates and other features of the two 
programs, the Board agreed to accept the plan 
presented by Doug Ruedlinger, Inc. at an annual 
premium of $10,500.00 to be paid by the Kentucliy 
High School Athletic Association. 

George Sauer notified the Board that the 
meeting of the 1975 Delegate Assembly would be 
held in the Roof Garden of the Brown Education 
Building in Louisville at 2:00 P.M. on April 17. 

Jacli Fultz moved, seconded by Fairce Woods, 
that all bills of the Association for the period be- 
ginning January 1, 1975, and ending February 28, 
1975, be allowed. All members voted aye. 

The next meeting for the Board is scheduled 
to be held in Louisville at 9:00 A.M., on Thursday, 
April 17, 1975. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 

Preliminary Heats 

(Continued from Page Two) 
Mile Relay — AA Boys 

4:35 — Heat #1 

4:40 — Heat #2 

4:45 — Heat #3 
Mile Relay — A Girls 

4:50 — Heat #1 

4:55 — Heat #2 

5:00 — Heat #3 
Mile Relay — AA Girls 

5:05 — Heat #1 

5:10 — Heat #2 

5:15 — Heat #3 

Saturday — May 24, 1975 
110 Yd. Hurdles — A Girls 



9:00 — Heat #1 
9:05 — Heat #2 
9:10 — Heat #3 
110 Yd. Hurdles — AA Girls 
9:15 — Heat #1 
9:20 — Heat #2 
9:25 — Heat #3 
180 Yd. Low Hurdles — A Boys 
9:35 — Heat #1 
9:40 — Heat #2 
9:45 — Heat #3 
180 Yd. Low Hurdles — AA Boys 
9:50 — Heat #1 
9:55 — Heat #2 
10:00 — Heat #3 
880 Yd. Relay — A Girls 
10:10 — Heat #1 
10:15 — Heat #2 
10:20 — Heat #3 
880 Yd. Relay — AA Girls 
10:25 — Heat #1 
10:30 — Heat #2 
10:35 — Heat #3 
880 Yd. Relay — A Boys 
10:40 — Heat #1 
10:45 — Heat #2 
10:50 — Heat #3 
880 Yd. Relay — AA Boys 
10:55 — Heat #1 
11:00 — Heat #2 
11:05 — Heat #3 

AU Events WiU Be Finals 
TRACK EVENTS 



00 A Girls 
05 AA Girls 
15 A Girls 
20 AA Girls 
25 A Boys 
30 AA Boys 



440 Yd. Relay 
440 Yd. Relay 

60 Yd. Hurdles 

60 Yd. Hurdles 
120 Yd. High Hurdles 
120 Yd. High Hurdles 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1975 



Page Five 



1:40 A Girls 


100 Yd. Dash 


1:45 AA Girls 


100 Yd. Dash 


1:50 A Boys 


100 Yd. Dash 


1:55 AA Boys 


100 Yd. Dash 


2:00 A Girls 


One Mile Run 


2:10 A A Girls 


One Mile Run 


2:20 A Boys 


One Mile Run 


2:30 AA Boys 


One Mile Run 


2:40 A Girls 


880 Yd. Relay 


2:45 AA Girls 


880 Yd. Relay 


2:50 A Boys 


880 Yd. Relay 


2:55 AA Boys 


880 Yd. Relay 


3:05 A Girls 


440 Yd. Dash 


3:10 AA Girls 


440 Yd. Dash 


3:15 A Boys 


440 Yd. Dash 


3:20 AA Boys 


440 Yd. Dash 


3:30 A Girls 


110 Yd. Hurdles 


3:35 AA Girls 


110 Yd. Hurdles 


3:40 A Boys 


180 Yd. Hurdles 


3:45 AA Boys 


180 Yd. Hurdles 


3:55 A Girls 


880 Yd. Medley 


4:00 AA Girls 


880 Yd. Medley 


4:10 A Boys 


880 Yd. Run 


4:15 AA Boys 


880 Yd. Run 


4:20 A Girls 


880 Yd. Run 


4:25 A A Girls 


880 Yd. Run 


4:35 A Boys 


220 Yd. Dash 


4:40 AA Boys 


220 Yd. Dash 


4:45 A Girls 


220 Yd. Dash 


4:50 AA Girls 


220 Yd. Dash 


5:00 A Boys 


Two Mile Run 


5:15 AA Boys 


Two Mile Run 


5:30 A Girls 


Mile Relay 


5:35 A A Girls 


Mile Relay 


5:40 A Boys 


Mile Relay 


5:45 AA Boys 


Mile Relay 


FIELD EVENT 


TIME SCHEDULE 


3:00 A Girls 


High Jump Friday 


3:00 A Girls 


Shot Put Friday 


9:00 A Girls 


Long Jump Saturday 


12:00 A Girls 


Discus Saturday 


12:00 AA Girls 


Long Jump Friday 


3:00 AA Girls 


Discus Friday 


12:00 AA Girls 


High Jump Saturday 


3:00 AA Girls 


Shot Put Saturday 


12:00 A Boys 


Pole Vault Friday 


12:00 A Boys 


Discus Friday 


3:00 A Boys 


Long Jump Friday 


12:00 A Boys 


Shot Put Saturday 


12:00 A Boys 


Triple Jump Saturday 


3:00 A Boys 


High Jump Saturday 


9:00 AA Boys 


Long Jump Friday 


12:00 AA Boys 


High Jump Friday 


12:00 AA Boys 


Shot Put Friday 


12:00 AA Boys 


Pole Vault Saturday 


3:00 AA Boys 


Discus Saturday 


3:00 AA Boys 


Triple Jump Saturday 



Baseball Early Season Questions 
(Continued from Page One) 
covered, takes off for 2nd while B4 is holding the 
ball and talking to the pitcher. F6 belatedly comes 
over to cover the base and hollers to F4 to throw 
the ball which he does and B2 is tagged out slid- 
ing into 2nd or he reaches 2nd base safetly. F6 
now steps on 2nd to appeal the infraction of Rl. 



Ruling: Rl shaU be declared out provided the 
umpire witnessed the base running infraction. 
Under the revised appeal rule, such base running 
infraction may be appealed up until the time of 
the first legal pitch following the infraction or if 
a half inning is ending, the infraction may be 
appealed up until the time the infielders leave 
the diamond (fair territory). 

23. Play: With Rl on 3rd and R2 on 1st, the 
coacher at 3rd runs toweird home base to distract 
the pitcher or the coacher at either 1st or 3rd base 
assists Rl or R2 by pushing or pulling the runner 
to his feet. 

Ruling: The infraction causes the ball to become 
dead and the nearest runner is out. If the coacher 
merely helps a fallen runner when neither an ad- 
vance nor a possible put out is involved, it is not 
to be ruled an infraction. 

24. Play: With Rl on 3rd and R2 on 2nd with 
one out, B4 hits the ball on the ground toward 
F6. On the play, the infield is playing in for a 
possible play at home base. F6 takes a position to 
field the ball on a direct line between 2nd and 
3rd base which caused Rl in his advance to 3rd 
to run behind F6 so as not to interfere with the 
fielder's opportunity to field the ball. Just as the 
ball is approaching F6, he steps backward to get 
into a better position to field the ball. The move 
causes a collision between F6 and Rl and the ball 
bounds to the outfield with Rl scoring from 3rd. 
R2 continues to 3rd and B3 reaches 2nd. 
Ruling: Even though the fielding team has the 
right of way on playing a batted ball, it is appar- 
ent in this play that Rl attempted to avoid inter- 
ference by going behind the short stop rather 
than in front of him. Because of his earnest ef- 
fort, the runner is not charged with interference 
if F6 stepped into him. On such a play, the um- 
pire must be fully alert as to whether Rl stuck 
out his arm or body causing the contact as he 
passed the fielder or whether the contact was 
caused by the fielder. 

25. Play: Bl hits a fair ball out of the park for 
a home run. While advancing from 1st to 2nd 
base, he removes his head protector for just a 
moment and replaces it on his head. After com- 
pleting his circuit of the bases the coach of the 
team in the field appeals to the umpire to call the 
runner out. 

Ruling: Bl is not to be declared out as provided 
in 8-4-1-h and in the second paragraph of 1-1-5. 
Any runner who removes his helmet during a 
play, and subsequently scores during that same 
playing action, is not declared out. 

26. Play: The starting pitcher leaves the game 
in the 2nd inning. Charged defensive team con- 
ferences are not a factor. The starting pitcher re- 
turns to the game in the 5th inning and proceeds 
to pitch. 

Ruling: This is absolutely legal as provided for 
in Rules 3-1-3 and 3-1-2. Rule 3-1-2 provides that 
a substitute or a player who replaces a pitcher, 
whose team is not at bat, shall pitch to the first 
opponent to bat against him until that batter has 
advanced to 1st base, or has been put out or until 
there has been a 3rd out. When the starting pitch- 
er was taken out of the game in the 2nd inning 
and did not return to pitch again until the 5th 
inning, such action definitely satisfied the provi- 
sions of 3-1-2. 



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Page Eight 




THE 


KENTUCKY 


HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1975 


1975 BOYS' STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 




Game No. 1 — Session No. 1 












Carlisle Co. — Jim 


Henley 






Henry Clay — Coach Albert Prewitt 




Player min fg fga ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf tp 


Player min fg fga ft fta reb a pf 


tp 


Jenkins 31 5 8 6 


13 7 


1 


1 16 


Moore 30 10 16 2 3 6 3 2 


22 


Martin, S. 11 1 2 2 


3 3 





1 4 


Jenkins 19 0100602 





Martin, R. 29 5 12 4 


4 4 





4 14 


Leach 29 6 10 3 4 18 3 5 


15 


Carter 30 4 11 2 


3 10 


1 


1 10 


EUiott 30 14 27 3 4 2 


28 


Garrett 28 1 5 





3 


2 


Evans 29 5 15 1 2 3 5 4 


11 


Partin 3 10 











Thomas 7 13 3 4 


2 


Terry 3 3 


5 





1 3 


Clay 62300211 


4 


Davis 10 











Doty 2 10 3 1 





DeJarnatt 20 5 7 


3 





10 


Shelby 30222100 


2 


Gaddie 2 


1 








Sweat 20000000 





Homer 10 


1 








Williams 3 13 2 1 


2 


Martin, K. 10 10 











Wilkenson 2 110 





Totals 160 21 47 17 


29 28 


5 


8 59 


Totals 160 39 81 8 13 46 17 22 


86 



Game No. 2 — Session No. 1 

Bath Co. — Coach Julian Cunningham 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Razor 


32 


5 


9 


2 


2 


3 





1 


12 


Goodpastor 


26 


3 


4 








1 


1 


1 


6 


Wilson 


32 


9 


15 


5 


5 


7 


2 


3 


23 


Jones. B. 


31 


7 


20 








4 


4 


2 


14 


Wright 


32 





2 


2 


2 


3 





2 


2 


Jones, T. 


7 





1 














1 





Jones, E. 





























Rogers 





























Stull 





























Little 





























Mundy 





























Scott 





























Totals 


160 


24 


51 


9 


9 


18 


7 


10 


57 



Newport Catholic — John Gross 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Devoto 


31 


5 


11 


2 


2 


7 


2 


3 


12 


Wilfong 


32 


6 


10 








4 


2 


1 


12 


Craddock 


10 


2 


4 








3 





4 


4 


Sandfoss 


32 


7 


11 


4 


4 


2 


1 


2 


18 


Faust 


14 





1 











1 


1 





Little 


9 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 








5 


Baumann 


14 


2 


2 


1 


1 


3 





1 


5 


Schmidt 





























Schenk 


1 


























O'Hara 


17 


2 


3 








4 





1 


4 


Turner 





























Pompilio 





























Totals 


160 


26 


45 


8 


8 


24 


6 


13 


60 



Game No. 3 — Session No. 2 

Central — Coach Robert Graves 



Warren East — Coach Dallas Embry 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Crook 


30 


17 


24 


1 


1 


19 


1 


1 


35 


Britt, C. 


32 


13 


24 


10 


13 


6 


2 


1 


36 


Mathies 


13 


2 


2 








3 





2 


4 


Carrier 


26 


2 


7 








4 





1 


4 


Little 


31 


2 


7 


2 


2 


8 





2 


6 


Hardcastle 


31 


1 


3 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


Duncan 


29 


7 


12 


4 


4 


3 


4 


2 


18 


Britt, J. 


32 


12 


20 


4 


5 


9 


3 


2 


28 


Yarbrough 


31 


8 


20 








6 


7 


3 


16 


Lyons 


19 


1 


4 











3 


1 


2 


Rudolph 


1 


























Jackson 


20 


4 


7 








3 


3 


3 


8 


Buford 


2 


























Britt, K. 





























Daniel 


18 


7 


16 








5 


1 


4 


14 


Richmond 





























Petty 





























Carter 





























Benson 


2 


1 


1 














1 


2 


Harriford 





























Hill 


2 


1 


3 














2 


2 


Pearson 





























Gregory 


1 





1 








1 











Barrick 





























Totals 


160 


45 


86 


7 


7 


45 


13 


17 


97 


Totals 


160 


33 


65 


15 


20 


24 


13 


11 


81 



Game No. 4 — Session No. 2 

Owensboro — Coach Bob Watson 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Thruston 


32 


6 


12 


1 


2 


10 


1 


3 


13 


James 


23 


4 


9 


3 


4 


6 








11 


Greenfield 


26 


5 


11 


2 


4 


6 





2 


12 


Taylor 


29 


4 


12 





1 


1 





3 


8 


Durr 


26 


4 


6 








2 


3 


1 


8 


Hinton 


9 














3 


1 


1 





Griffith 


2 


























Cotton 


4 








2 


2 


2 








2 


Watson 


7 


2 


4 











1 


2 


4 


Rowan 





























Fort 


2 














1 











Amos 





























Totals 


160 


25 


54 


8 


13 


31 


6 


12 


58 





Shelbyville - 


- Coach 


Bobby Cook 






Player 


min 


fg 


fga ft 


fta reb a 


pf 


tp 


Jones 


27 


6 


18 2 


2 18 3 


3 


14 


Chambers, 


V. 32 


7 


14 5 


6 12 1 


4 


19 


Chambers, 


D. 20 


5 


8 


4 1 


4 


10 


Mason 


30 


14 


26 


3 1 





28 


Beach 


31 


1 


7 2 


3 2 1 


2 


4 


Robinson 


19 





1 


10 


2 





Higgins 




















Murphy 


1 





1 











Buckley 




















Duran 




















Crowell 




















Shuck 




















Totals 


160 


33 


75 9 


11 40 7 


15 


75 



Game No. 5 — Session No. 3 

Christian Co. — Coach Bob Hoggard 



Clay Co. 



Coach Bob Keith 



Player 


min 


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fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Jordan 


30 


7 


25 


3 


4 


7 


1 


4 


17 


Smith 


29 


5 


10 


1 


3 


9 


1 


4 


11 


Reese 


12 


2 


4 








1 





3 


4 


McKissick 


30 


3 


8 


3 


6 


12 


1 


5 


9 


Torain 


31 


6 


9 


7 


8 


21 





5 


19 


Burchell 


27 


7 


10 


4 


6 


9 


1 


5 


18 


Buckner 


21 


4 


13 


2 


2 


2 





2 


10 


Clark 


31 


2 


7 





3 


3 


2 


2 


4 


Wall 


22 


2 


4 


4 


7 


3 





4 


8 


Arnold 


30 


7 


13 


4 


8 


6 


1 


4 


18 


Banks 


13 


1 


2 


1 


3 


2 


1 


2 


3 


Brumely 










2 


2 











2 


Walton 


4 





1 








1 





1 





Hipsher 




























McCombs 


1 














1 











Sizemore 




























Morehead 


10 


1 


3 








2 





1 


2 


White 




























Cheatham 





























Grubb 




























Ricks 





























Thompson 




























Parker 


16 


2 


8 


2 


2 


4 





3 


6 


Roberts 




























Totals 


160 


25 


69 


19 


26 


44 


2 


25 


69 


Totals 


160 


24 


48 


14 


28 


39 


6 


20 


62 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1975 



Page Nine 



Game No. 6 — Session No. 3 

Fairview — Coach George Cooke 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Rigsby 


30 


9 


21 


2 


2 


10 





5 


20 


Stevens 


17 














2 











Rowe 


17 


4 


7 


1 


2 


14 





5 


9 


Queen 


30 


3 


15 


2 


2 


4 


1 


3 


8 


Renfroe 


26 


1 


8 











2 


2 


2 


Clark 


17 


1 


5 


2 


2 


5 





2 


4 


Canfleld 


9 


2 


4 








1 


1 


2 


4 


Kouns 


3 








1 


3 


3 








1 


Patrick 


6 








1 


2 


1 








1 


Menshouse 


1 











1 








1 





Borders 


2 





1 





1 














Burcliett 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 





1 


3 


Totals 


160 


21 


63 


10 


17 


41 


4 


21 


52 



Lincoln Co. - 


- Coach Roger Meek 






Player min fg 


fga ft fta reb a 


pf 


tp 


Lawless 31 6 


17 4 4 5 2 


3 


16 


Eddrington 30 1 


8 6 7 17 1 


2 


8 


Jolmson 30 6 


13 3 5 15 


2 


15 


Meade 30 7 


16 3 6 11 1 


3 


17 


Dollins 29 3 


10 





6 


Folger 3 


12 


1 


1 


Harnett 2 


110 


1 


1 


True 1 


12 10 





1 


Baker 1 


10 








Lolue 1 


10 3 


1 





Ralston 1 





1 





Simpson 1 


10 


2 





Totals 160 23 


66 19 27 53 4 


16 


65 



Game No. 7 — Session No. 4 

Knott Co. Central — Coach George Francis 



Johnson Central 



Coach Wendell Wallen 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Ratliff 


19 


3 


7 








6 


2 


5 


6 


Combs 


11 


1 


1 

















2 


Stamper, J. 


31 


3 


4 





1 


11 


3 


2 


6 


Meek 


30 


2 


13 


2 


3 


4 


3 


3 


6 


Williams 


31 


7 


13 


6 


6 





6 


1 


20 


Lemasters, P. 


29 


5 


10 


7 


9 


3 





4 


17 


MuUlns 


28 


9 


12 


1 


1 


2 


1 


4 


19 


Wireman, P. 


20 


3 


5 


4 


5 


2 





5 


10 


Stamper, H. 


26 


10 


17 


9 


9 


8 


2 


4 


29 


Wireman, K. 


31 


9 


13 


8 


8 


9 





5 


26 


Sturgill 


1 


1 


1 

















2 


Blanton, John 


1 














1 











Day 


14 


2 


3 








4 


1 


3 


4 


Blanton, Jeff 


1 














1 











Hall 


5 














2 





1 





Sturgill 


1 








1 


1 











1 


Franklin 


1 


























Lemaster, S. 


23 


2 


6 








1 





3 


4 


Madden 


2 








2 


3 


1 





1 


2 


Murray 


1 


























Gayheart 


1 


























Castle 


10 





1 








1 











Smith 


1 





2 




















Taylor 


2 


1 


1 

















2 


Totals 


160 


35 


59 


18 


20 


34 


15 


21 


88 


Totals 


160 


23 


40 


22 


26 


22 


3 


20 


68 



Game No. 8 — Session No. 4 

Male — Coach Wade Houston 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Griffith 


28 


9 


12 


1 


4 


11 


2 


1 


19 


Turner 


28 


7 


12 


7 


11 


9 


2 





21 


Anderson 


27 


6 


7 


2 


2 


4 





1 


14 


Jones 


19 





2 


1 


2 


4 


4 


1 


1 


Mack 


15 





4 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


Cunningham 


12 


1 


1 


3 


6 


1 


2 





5 


Garner 


8 


1 


1 








3 








2 


Hendricks 


18 


4 


8 


1 


2 


8 


2 





9 


Yarbrough 


2 





1 








1 





1 





Braxton 


2 














1 











Everett 


1 


























Miller 






























Elizabethtown — Ray Vencil 



Totals 



160 28 48 16 29 43 14 



72 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Bradley 


28 


6 


12 








2 


1 


3 


12 


Hampton 


27 


7 


20 








5 





1 


14 


Jenkins 


24 


3 


7 


1 


2 


5 





1 


7 


Thomas 


14 


2 


4 








2 





1 


4 


Covington 


7 





1 








1 


2 


1 





Lanz 


22 


3 


9 


2 


2 


1 


1 


2 


8 


Haire 


15 


2 


3 








2 





3 


4 


Johnson 


3 


























Moore 


1 




















1 





Wright 


1 














1 











Donnelly 


12 





2 








1 





2 





French 


6 





2 








1 





1 





Totals 


160 


23 


60 


3 


4 


21 


4 


16 


49 



Henry Clay — 


Coach Albert 


Prewitt 






Newport Catholic — 


Coach John Gross 




Player min 


fg 


fga ft 


fta 


reb a 


pf 


tp 


Player min fg fga 


ft 


fta reb a pf 


tp 


Moore 19 


2 


9 





4 2 


3 


4 


Devoto, G. 25 7 16 


8 


12 10 5 


22 


Jenkins 14 


2 


3 





3 


4 


4 


Wilfong 29 6 12 





2 6 10 


12 


Leach 32 


2 


6 3 


6 


16 


4 


7 


Craddock 29 5 8 


2 


2 4 14 


12 


ElUott 30 


12 


23 1 


4 


4 2 


4 


25 


Sandfoss 21 3 8 


10 


13 3 3 5 


16 


Evans 31 


6 


18 9 


10 


9 1 


3 


21 


Faust 21 1 2 





13 12 


2 


Thomas 15 


3 


5 3 


4 


6 1 


5 


9 


Little 7 1 





2 1 





Clay 13 


1 


5 


1 


11 


3 


2 


Baumann 5 13 


2 


2 10 


4 


Doty 




















Schenk 1 2 





2 10 1 





Shelby 6 





1 


1 


1 








O'Hara 22 





113 





Sweat 




















Turner 











Williams 




















Devoto, J. 











Wilkenson 




















Webster 











Totals 160 


28 


70 16 


26 


54 6 


26 


72 


Totals 160 23 52 


22 


34 31 7 21 


68 



Game No. 10 ^ Session No. 5 

Central — Coach Robert Graves 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Crook 


30 


8 


16 


5 


7 


11 


1 


3 


21 


Mathies 


6 





1 














1 





Little 


30 


4 


8 


1 


2 


20 





2 


9 


Duncan 


21 


3 


9 








5 





2 


6 


Yarbrough 


26 


4 


18 








7 


4 


5 


8 


Rudolph 


2 


























Buford 


2 


1 


1 








1 








2 


Daniel 


23 


6 


15 


2 


2 


8 





1 


14 


Petty 


9. 


























Benson 


2 








2 


2 


2 





1 


2 


Hill 


14 


4 


6 








5 


1 


3 


8 


Gregory 


2 











1 








2 





Totals 


160 


30 


74 


10 


14 


59 


6 


20 


70 



SI- 


elbyvil 


le - 


- Coach Bobby Cook 






Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft fta 


reb a 


pf 


tp 


Jones 


32 


3 


12 


1 


3 2 


4 


6 


Chambers, V. 32 


7 


16 


8 9 


10 


3 


22 


Chambers, D. 32 


6 


12 


2 5 


8 


3 


14 


Mason 


29 


8 


17 


2 3 


2 1 


2 


18 


Beach 


32 


1 


6 


2 2 


3 1 


3 


4 


Robinson 


3 




















Higgins 























Murphy 























Beckley 























Duran 























Pardwell 























Shuck 
























Totals 



160 25 63 14 20 26 



15 64 



Page Ten 








THE 


KENTUCKY 


HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE 


FOR 


APRIL 


1975 


Game No. 11 — Session 


No. 


6 






















Christian Co. - 


- Coach 


Bob 


Hoggard 






Lincoln Co. - 


- Coach 


Roger 


Meek 




Player min fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb a 


pi 


tp 


Player min fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb a 


pf tp 


Jordan 22 4 


13 


2 


2 


7 2 


3 


10 


Lawless 22 1 


7 


2 


3 


5 


3 4 


Reese 15 6 


7 


2 


3 


4 1 


2 


14 


Eddrington 32 9 


18 








11 


3 18 


Torain 28 4 


7 


1 


2 


9 


2 


9 


Johnson 30 9 


14 


3 


5 


9 2 


5 21 


Buckner 20 7 


12 








4 1 


2 


14 


Meade 30 3 


11 


2 


2 


3 1 


8 


Wall 28 4 


5 


2 


4 


2 2 


2 


10 


Dollins 6 


1 














Banks 5 





2 


2 


1 





2 


Folger 24 2 


8 


2 


4 


1 2 


1 6 


Walton 9 1 


2 





1 


1 1 


2 


2 


Barnett 

















McCombs 4 


1 








1 








True 

















Morehead 3 





2 


2 


2 1 





2 


Baker 2 

















Cheatham 2 1 


2 














2 


Lowe 11 


3 





1 


2 


3 


Ricks 2 1 


1 








2 


1 


2 


Ralston 1 








1 





1 


Parker 22 8 


14 








4 2 


3 


16 


Simpson 2 1 


1 











2 


Totals 160 36 


64 


11 


16 


37 10 


17 


83 


Totals 160 25 


63 


9 


16 


31 5 


16 59 



Game No. 12 — Session No. 6 

Knott Co. Central — Coach George Francis 



Male — Coach Wade Houston 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Ratliff 


22 


1 


8 


3 


7 


2 


2 


3 


5 


Griffith 


18 


8 


11 





1 


8 


3 


3 


16 


Stamper, J. 


28 


4 


8 








9 


1 


3 


8 


Turner 


16 


6 


9 


2 


2 


5 


1 





14 


Williams 


29 


3 


16 


2 


4 


3 


1 


3 


8 


Anderson 


15 


4 


6 


1 


1 


9 





1 


9 


Mullins 


24 


1 


6 


1 


2 





1 


2 


3 


Jones 


14 


4 


5 








2 


4 


3 


8 


Stamper, H. 


29 


6 


16 


7 


10 


6 


1 


3 


19 


Mack 


17 


1 


6 








4 


4 


1 


2 


Sturgill 


3 


1 


2 














1 


2 


Cunningham 


14 


5 


6 





1 


1 


1 


1 


10 


Day 


9 


2 


3 


4 


5 


7 





1 


8 


Garner 


16 


1 


4 


2 


4 


6 





3 


4 


Hall 


2 





3 


1 


2 


2 





1 


1 


Hendricks 


12 


2 


3 


2 


2 


1 





3 


6 


Franklin 


1 


























Braxton 


10 











1 


4 


1 


4 





Madden 


8 








2 


5 








3 


2 


Yarbrough 


16 


8 


10 


4 


6 


7 





3 


20 


Gayheart 


3 














1 











Everett 


7 


3 


4 


1 


3 


6 


1 


1 


7 


Smith 


2 


























Miller 


5 





1 


2 


3 





1 


3 


2 


Totals 


160 


18 


62 


20 


35 


30 


6 


20 


56 


Totals 


160 


42 


65 


14 


24 


53 


16 


27 


98 



Game No. 13 — Session No. 7 

Henry Clay — Coach Albert Prewitt 



Central 



Coach Robert Graves 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Moore 


14 





3 


3 


5 


4 





1 


3 


Crook 


32 


6 


16 


2 


4 


20 





3 


14 


Jenkins 


21 


3 


3 


2 


3 


6 


1 


1 


8 


Mathies 


7 


1 


3 


2 


2 








2 


4 


Leach 


24 


5 


6 


2 


6 


11 





5 


12 


Little 


22 


1 


1 


3 


4 


5 





4 


5 


Elliott 


16 


2 


9 


3 


4 





2 


5 


7 


Duncan 


25 


4 


7 


5 


7 


6 


2 


5 


13 


Evans 


32 


7 


16 


7 


9 





1 


2 


21 


Yarbrough 


31 


2 


10 








4 


3 


4 


4 


Thomas 


27 


2 


2 


3 


7 


4 





2 


7 


Rudolph 





























Clay 


26 


2 


7 








5 


1 


3 


4 


Buford 





























Doty 





























Daniel 


25 


5 


13 








4 


1 


4 


10 


Shelby 





























Petty 





























Sweat 





























Benson 


10 


3 


5 








2 





2 


6 


Williams 





























Hill 


8 


1 


3 


2 


2 








1 


4 


Wilkenson 





























Gregory 





























Totals 


160 


21 


46 


20 


34 


30 


5 


19 


62 


Totals 


160 


23 


58 


14 


19 


41 


6 


25 


60 



Game No. 14 — Session No. 7 

Christian Co. — Coach Bob Hoggard 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Jordan 


31 


7 


26 


2 


2 


10 


1 


5 


16 


Reese 


19 





3 








2 


1 








Torain 


30 


3 


5 





2 


7 





3 


6 


Buckner 


30 


6 


13 


6 


9 


4 


1 


1 


18 


Wall 


27 


4 


7 


2 


2 


2 





2 


10 


Banks 


4 


1 


3 








1 








2 


Walton 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 








2 


4 


McCombs 


2 








2 


2 








1 


2 


Morehead 


4 


2 


4 








2 








4 


Cheatham 


1 





1 








1 











Ricks 


1 


■Q 























Parker 


9 


4 


6 


4 


4 


4 





1 


12 


Totals 


160 


28 


70 


18 


23 


33 


3 


15 


74 



Player 



Male 



Coach Wade Houston 



min fg fga ft fta reb 



pf tp 



Griffith 


31 


16 


21 


3 


4 


4 





3 


35 


Turner 


31 


15 


20 


2 


2 


7 








32 


Anderson 


21 





1 








8 





4 





Jones 


19 


4 


7 








2 


4 


1 


8 


Mack 


10 


2 


4 








4 


1 


5 


4 


Cunningham 


15 





3 





1 








1 





Garner 


12 





1 





1 


1 


1 


3 





Hendricks 


16 


2 


5 








4 





2 


4 


Braxton 


1 


























Yarbrough 


1 





1 





2 


2 











Everett 


3 














1 





1 





Miller 





























Totals 


160 


39 


63 


5 


10 


33 


6 


20 


83 



Game No. 15 — Session No. 8 

Henry Clay — Coach Albert Prewitt 



Male 



Coach Wade Houston 



Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Moore 


23 


2 


8 








2 


1 


2 


4 


Griffith 


28 


4 


13 


4 


5 


17 


1 


3 


12 


Jenkins 


17 


4 


7 


2 


4 


4 





3 


10 


Turner 


28 


7 


12 


5 


8 


8 


2 


3 


19 


Leach 


24 


5 


12 


2 


3 


15 


1 


4 


12 


Anderson 


21 


1 


6 


3 


5 


10 


1 


1 


5 


Elliott 


28 


3 


15 





1 


1 


2 


3 


6 


Jones 


28 


6 


9 


4 


5 


4 


1 





16 


Evans 


26 


7 


17 


1 


2 


1 


1 


3 


15 


Mack 


17 


2 


5 








1 


2 





4 


Thomas 


27 


2 


5 


2 


2 


8 





3 


6 


Cunningham 


7 


1 


3 


2 


3 








1 


4 


Clay 


5 





2 








2 





2 





Garner 


6 


1 


2 





3 


4 








2 


Doty 


1 


























Hendricks 


18 


3 


7 


2 


3 


3 


1 


3 


8 


Shelby 


2 


1 


2 








1 





2 


2 


Braxton 


2 














1 











Sweat 


3 





1 








1 











Yarbrough 


4 


1 


1 








2 


1 


1 


2 


Williams 


3 





2 














1 





Everett 


1 


1 


1 














1 


2 


Wilkenson 


1 


2 


2 

















4 


Miller 


^, 


























Totals 


160 


26 


73 


7 


12 


35 


5 


23 


59 


Totals 


160 


27 


59 


20 


32 


50 


9 


13 


74 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1975 



Page Eleven 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled March 24) 

If one telephone number is given for a^ official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are given, the first number is that of the home 
phone. 

Allen, Thomas E., 1210 Park Lane. Brandenburg 40108, 

422-4360, 422-3214 
Amis, Yancy, Buckhorn 41721, 398-7595 
Anderson, Luther S., Liberty Heights, Carlisle 40311, 289- 

2364, 289-2364 
Atwood, Terry Morris, Route 2, Scottsville 42164, 622-5734 

Baldwin, David, Box 383, Grayson 41143 474-9075, 474-5714 
Baugh, Kelly C, 220 Bibb Street, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-3035, 465-8774 
Benton, Eddie, Rt. 9, Hilllcrest, Richmond 40475, 623-2861 
Bertsch, Ron, 113 Moock Road, Southgate 41071, 581-5790, 

731-2012 
Biggerstaff, Ronnie, Box 411, Whitesburg 41858. 633-2998 
Bonny, Tom, Route 5, Irvine 40336. 723-2360, 723-3537 
Bradley. Robert. Jr., 1014 So. Clay Street, Louisville 

40205, 585-4040 
Bradshaw, Mickey Lee, 111 E. O'Bryan, Apt. C-6, Bards- 
town 40004. 348-6090. 348-6090 
Brady. Harold. 274 Sutton, Cincinnati, Ohio 45230, 232- 

8150, 231-7686 
Brandenburg, Ronnie L., Box 42, Beattyville 41311, 464- 

3240, 464-2484 
Branstetter, Charles E., New Circle Drive, Horse Cave 

42749. 786-2032. 524-5211 
Brazell. Thomas L.. 2201 Madison. Paducah 42001. 444-7588 
Brewer, John B., Rt. 2, Box 52, Stanton 40380, 663-4340, 

663-2250 
Brooks, Archie V.. 214 Pin Oak Drive N.. Lexington 40503. 

277-6628, 257-3343 
Brown. Keith. it46 Dixie Plaza Trailer Court. Richmonb 

40475. 623-7251. 744-6111 
Brown. William. 3918 Withamwoods Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45245, 752-0386 
Burton, Ronnie Edward, Vancleve 41385, 666-7138 
Butcher, Douglas, Meally 41234, 789-5553, 789-5301 
Butcher, Stephen D., Box 14, Meally 41234. 789-1548. 789- 

4890 

Carnes. Patrick M.. 6881 Beechmont Avenue. Cincinnati. 

Ohio 45230. 232-6570. 231-6630 
Cecil. James Ron. 3020 Dogwood Drive. Louisville 40220. 

454-0204. 582-5521 
Chasteen. Earl. 109 Taylor Drive. Cynthiana 41031. 234- 

4897, 234-4951 
Cheak. H. T.. 753 Greenwood, Harrodsburg 40330, 734-2463, 

236-3100 
Chesser, James E.. 228 Cunningham Court. Fairdale 40118, 

361-8321 
Clarke, Noble H., Ill, 5102 Old BiUtown Road. Apt. 1, 

Louisville 40299. 239-3874, 239-3218 
Combs, Ira D., Jeff 41751. 436-3002 
Combs. Marvin L.. Sassafras 41759. 642-3547 
Crager, Bobby F.. 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6069, 836-5623 
Craig, James David, R.R. 4, Box 142, Albany 42602, 387- 

6635 
Creekmore. Milford B.. P, O. Box 368. Pine Knot 42635. 

354-2846. 376-5383 
Critz. George A.. 207 Frazier Avenue. Columbia 42728. 384- 

4031 
Cunningham. Robert L.. Box 576, Stanton 40380. 663-2674. 

886-2565 

Dameron, Paul A„ Box 262. Campbellsville College, Camp- 
bellsville 42718. 789-1006 
Davis. Jay W.. WKU Football Office, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-2660, 745-3347 
Deaton, Julian A., Jr., Buckingham 41611, 452-4284, 358- 

2021 
Delk, William L., 614 Church Street, Ludlow 41016, 261- 

8571, 369-4465 
Demaree, Lonny A.. 972 DePorres Avenue, Lexington 

40505. 252-4167. 233-2000, Ext. 3237 
Dixon, Ron. R.R. 2, Box 537, Ashland 41101, 928-9691, 324- 

5187, Ext. 280 
Dotson, Mark, 1604 Stafford Avenue, Louisville 40216, 361- 

2410 
Dotson. Rickey, 1604 Stafford Avenue, Louisville 40216, 

361-2410 
Drake, Carl Cecil, Box 69, Stanton 40380. 663-2792. 255- 

3301, Ext. 234 



Dunn, James F., 330 Glyndon Avenue, Richmond 40475, 
623-0715 

Edgington, Mike, Box 325, Vanceburg 41179, 796-3275, 796- 

2823 
Emmons Guy W., 6006 Shadow Run Road, Louisville 40219, 

964-7784 
Evans, Lewis, Rt. 2, Morgantown 42261, 526-4310, 526-3730 

Farmer, Donnie R., 5517 Brinson Drive, Louisville 40216, 

447-8228, 776-9367 
Feltner, Danny Ray., R.R. 2. Box 151-A, Hazard 41701. 439- 

1601 
Ferrell. Gene L., 2200 Surrey Drive W., Owensboro 42301, 

684-0912 
Fields. Bobby, 3002 Seminole Drive, Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-5643 
Forshee, Buddy, 331 West Cedar, Franklin 42134, 586-5462 
Franklin, Mike, 10027 Prairie Drive, Valley Station 40272, 

937-1172 
Fuson. David, 299 Bellwood Road, Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

7827, 248-1210 

Garrett, Steve, 104 Ann Street, Irvine 40336, 723-3140, 723- 

3537 
Gay, Carl, Jr., General Delivery. Chavies 41727 
Gent. Herman T.. Route 1. Box 359, Middlesboro 40965. 

248-5902. 248-3300 
Gibson. James D.. Rt, 5, Box 766, South Point, Ohio 45680, 

377-2501, 928-6475 
Glass, K. L., 108 Adkins Street. Clarksville, Tennessee 

37040. 648-2056. 798-2719 
Gluck. Joseph R.. Ill, 211 College Road, Cumberland 

40823, 589-2452. 848-5406 
Gosman. Carroll. R.R. 1, Bedford 40006, 255-3379 
Green, Jimmie, Box 135, Belcher 41513, 754-5318 
Gross, Darren D., R. 1, Box 331. Jackson 41339. 666-7666 
Gupton. Lawrence, 101 Carlisle, Greensburg 42743, 384- 

3338, 932-7830 
Gwynn, Frederick L.. 8703 Fern View Drive, Louisville 

40291, 239-8967, 585-2241 

Hamilton, Paul R., 1046 Pearl Drive, Madisonville 42431, 

821-5660, 821-6016 
Haneline. Richard F., 506 Windsor Drive. Mayfield 42066, 

247-7744, 623-4349 
Hansford, Cletus. 10117 Donau Lane, Louisville 40272, 937- 

2659, 582-4417 
Hawkins, Terry, Route 3. Shelbyville 40065, 633-4412 
Haynes. Donald R.. Pleasant View 40769, 549-1551, 549-4855 
Hendren, James W., R.R. 1. Mackville 40040, 375-4498 
Hilton. Billy. 323 Maplewood, Springfield 40069, 336-7594, 

336-7170 
Hinton, Donny, R.R. 6 Ardmore Lane. Shelbyville 40065. 

633-6481. 633-6481 
Hofmann. Edgar Jack. R.R. 2. Box 52. Carrollton 41008. 

732-6714 
Holt. Larry K., Rt. 1, Box 132A, Alvaton 42122, 843-3587. 

781-4585 
Hopson. James E., Rt. 1, Box 918M, Pikeville 41501, 437- 

7772, 432-1461 
Huffman, Leon R., 1749 Liberty Road, Apt. 19, Lexington 

40505, 252-3849, 269-1396 
Hunt. Roger, Rt. 4, Tompkinsville 42156, 427-2272 
Hurst. Terry, 416 Kentucky Court, Lexington 40502, 266- 

2672, 254-5771 

Ives. Rickie. 1640 Sharon Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 
843-2164. 842-5302 

Jackson. Buddie F.. Rt. 2. Box 115-A, Grayson 41143, 474- 

6640, 928-6441. Ext. 245 
Johnson. Frank J., Box 251, Guthrie 42234, 485-2344 
Johnson, Kenneth W., Parkwood Terrace #5, Morehead 

40351. 784-8534. 473-7267 
Joiner. Rocky Dale. 2123 Hazel Street, Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-3760 

Kemplin. Frank, 315 East Lexington. Harrodsburg 40330 
Kersey. Warren D.. 8916 Novelle Drive. Louisville 40258, 

935-6229 637-2914 
Kidd. Robert W.. Rt. 5. Box 299B. London 40741, 864-7051. 

864-5161 
King. Douglas E.. 7553A McCauley Loop. Fort Knox 40121. 

624-8202. 624-4849 
Kluepfel. Joseph. 262 West Broadway, Madisonville 42431, 

825-1046, 258-5182 
Kouns, J. P.. Rt. 2, Box 136-A, Grayson 41143, 474-9907 
Kraemer, David, Rt. I, Box 73, Maysville 41056, 564-5263, 

759-7141 

Leep. John B.. Box 146 Campbellsville College. Campbells- 
ville 42718. 789-9913, 465-8158 

Leigh. Eugene F., 506 17th Street, Corbin 40701, 528-1501, 
528-1212. Ext. 35 

Lile, Clyde F.. 918 Elizabeth Drive, Hopkinsville 42240. 
886-5584, 886-4106 

Livers, Joseph L., Jr.. Rt. 1, Lebanon 40033, 692-2484, 692- 
4225 



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Lowe, Stan G., P. O. Box 337, Russellville 42276, 726-6647 
Lykins, Virgil, c/o Lees Jr. College, Jackson 41339. 666- 
7831 

McConnanghhay, Clyde, 1108 Tilley Drive, Carrollton 

41008, 732-5350, 732-5215 
McCormick, Roy, Box 303, Aberdeen, Ohio 45101, 795-2441, 

795-2591 
McGee, John J., 3700 Chateau Lane, Apt. 52, Louisville 

40219, 969-7649 

Mcintosh, Carl W., Brewer's Trailer Park, Jackson 41339, 

666-2190 
McLaren, Harold W., Box 463, Eastwood Drive, Stanford 

40484, 365-2882, 365-9111 

Maddox, Bobby, Box 6, Glencoe. 41046, 643-3941 

Mann, David L., 5206 Idlewood, Fern Creek 40291, 239- 

7902, 893-3611, Ext. 243 
Martin. H. Rodman. UPO 247, M.S.U., Morehead 40351, 

784-6724 
Martin, Roger K., Box 174, Park City 42160, 749-8425, 749- 

5101 
Mason, Edwin M., Rt. 7, Box 29B, Shelbyville 40065, 633- 

1214. 633-4869 
Mathewson. Glenn, 4105 Foreman Lane, Louisville 40219, 

964-7733, 772-3661 
Meredith, Lanney C, P. O. Box 426, Brownsville 42210, 

286-4287. 597-2118 
Mills, William, 539 Farwood, Paducah 42001, 442-8734, 898- 

3114 
Moore. Bobby, Huteherson Heights, Hodgenville 42748. 

358-3092, 833-4611 
Moore, Michael, Rt. 2, W-HoUow, Greenup 41144, 473-7459 
Morse, Richard K., 163 N. Deepwood Drive, Radcliff 40160. 

351-3748. 624-4646 
Mullins. Charles E.. Schultz Road, South Shore 41175, 932- 

4277, 473-9812 
Murphy, Patty, 544 Jean Drive, Danville 40422, 236-4242 

Noel, David, 638 Beaumont Avenue, Harrodsburg 40330, 

734-7550. 734-2313 
Noland. Douglas. 305 Herndon Avenue, Stanford 40484, 

365-2609 
Nucci. Donald D., 342 Main Street. Hazard 41701, 436-2741, 

436-2741 

Ohr, Joedy, 521 Elm Street, Ravenna 40472, 723-5501 
Omohundro, Daniel, P. O. Box 91, Salt Lick 40371, 683-3381 
Osborne, Larry Joe, 527 Laketower Drive, Apt. 92, Lexing- 
ton 40502, 269-4103 
Owings, Hank, 4210 Retreat Road, Louisville 40216, 969- 
5297, 366-9561, Ext. 565 

Parrent, Kenny, P. O. Box 389, Eddyville 42038, 388-7422, 

388-2241 
Pelphrey, Jack, Rt. 5, Box 657, Ashland 41101, 928-9524, 

789-8684 
Pence, Orville A., Box 3, Bonnieville 42713, 531-1925, 765- 

6146, Ext. 233 
Perkins, William E., 102 Wakefield Drive, Campbellsville 

42718. 465-4844. 384-3338 
Picard. Peter R,. 516 Tatato Trail. Frankfort 40601. 695- 

4568. 227-7321 
Pierson. Oscar. Jr., P. O. Box 385, Owenton 40359. 484- 

3303. 484-3878 
Powers, Fred J., Jr., Jamestown Apt. #11, Carrollton 

41008, 732-4037. 625-2284 (Richmond) 

Quarles. Mac. 255 Hickory, Frankfort 40601. 875-1008, 223- 
0565 

Rail, Edward, 247 Maple Avenue, Danville 40422, 236-8929, 

236-5047 
Reif, Harry F.. Rt. 2. 116 Country View Court, Campbells- 
ville 42718, 465-7343 
Riley, James Douglas, Rt. 14, Box 225, Bowling Green 

42101. 843-6700. 542-4139 
Rison. Johnny B., 197 3rd Street, Ravenna 40472, 723-2852, 

723-4240 
Robinson, Joseph Byron, 1412 Stallard Street, Ashland 

41101, 325-7850, 325-8511, Ext. 253 
Robinson, Raymond A., 226 Davis Avenue, Lancaster 

40444. 792-2617 
Rock, W. A., Greenview Drive, Cave City 42127, 773-2910, 

453-2722 
Runyon. Tommy D., Box 181, Belfry 41514, 353-4829, 353- 

7239 

Sargent, Terry, 109 E. 10th Street, Paris 40361, 987-7059, 

987-1395 
Schweizer, Robert L., 3107 Vogue Avenue, Louisville 

40220, 451-2223 

Schweizer, Thomas, 3107 Vogue Avenue, Louisville 40220, 

451-2223 
Scriber, Jackie L., Box 34, New Castle 40050, 845-2796, 585- 

3983 
Shelton, James S., 214 E. 20th Street, Benton 42025, 527- 

9802, 247-1431 



Sherman, Inman J., Jr., Rt. 5, Box 688, London 40741, 864- 

6518, 864-2207 
Shipp, David E., 133 Hartweg Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-1163, 431-4246 
Shipp, Kevin K., 322 Hillcrest Drive, Versailles 40383, 873- 

4548 
Simpson, Ron, 801 Riverside Drive, Russell 41169, 836-4751 
Slone, Burgen, Rt. 3, Box 324, Catlettsburg 41129, 739-5386 
Smallwood, Talmadge, Rt. 1, Stanton 40380, 663-2096, 663- 

2544 
Smedley, Bob, 134 N. Maysville, Mt. Sterling 40353. 498- 

6784, 498-1150 
Smith, Benny, Rt. 3, Box 5, Manchester 40962, 598-9934, 

598-9934 
Stewart, Allan, R.R. 3, Skyline Estates, Lewisport 42351, 

295-6214, 927-6921, Ext. 212 
Stone, Kenneth. Rt. 4. Box 178-H, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

6025, 348-5994 
Studle, Ronald, Rt. 4, Box 165, Smiths Grove 42171, 695- 

3909, 695-3886 
StuU. Benjamin, 5 Center Street, Wilder 41071, 581-3262, 

291-5250 

Tarry, W. R., Rt. 5, Glasgow 42141, 678-2539, 427-2611 
Tate, Charles, c/o E. E. Tate, Lindsey Wilson College, 

Columbia 42728, 384-4853 
Tate, Gordon C, R.R. 2, Box 547B, Irvine 40336, 723-3497 
Taylor, Carl D., 408 Bellefonte-Princess Road, Ashland 

41101, 325-2606, 324-3144 
Thornton, Daniel A., 119 Stacker Drive, Clarksville, Ten- 
nessee 37040, 648-2742, 798-2916 
Tipton, Larry J., 253 Eastridge Drive, Paris 40361, 987- 

4724, 987-1395 
Travis. Vitcor W.. 2301A Rocky Point Court, Lexington 

40504, 259-0224, 272-3484 
Trivett, Ronnie, Fountain Run 42133, 434-4675 
Turner, Michael E., 104 Bays Street, Jackson 41339, 666- 

7897, 666-7775 
Vincent, Roy T.. Bee Spring 42207, 286-8331 
Vinson, James R., R.R. 1, Box 374, Richmond 40475, 623- 

3969, 622-2236 
Wade, Terry R., Rt. 2, Box 129-A, Russell Springs 42642, 

866-6195, 866-3900 
Wallace, Steve, Box 133, Howe, Indiana 46746, 562-3901 
Westcott, Jo H., P. O. Box 6, 303 West Main, Auburn 

42206, 542-4303, 542-4304 
White, Robert L., 636 Willow Drive, Independence 41051, 

356-6877, 381-0369 
Wiedmar, Steve, 919 Southview Road, Louisville 40214, 

368-4253 
Williams, Bobby, Sonora 42776, 369-2272, 862-3924 
Williams, Donald L., Route 4, ShelbyviUe 40065, 633-3846 
Williams, Gary L.. Route 4, ShelbyviUe 40065, 633-3846 
Williams, Mark, 1829 Shiloh Court, Lexington 40505. 299- 

8101, 299-7711 
Wilhams, Phillip. Jr., Rt. 1, Cecilia 42724, 862-3495, 351- 

3167 
Woodward, Bill, 2508 Gallahadion Court, Owensboro 42301, 

683-7705, 684-8811 
Wright, John David, 1321 B Julia Court, Lexington 40511, 

293-5095, 987-6320 
Young, David J., 736 Brockton, Richmond 40475, 622-4522 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgi. Tina McCune, Denise Danner, Mary Han- 
cock, Terri Keown, Pam Miller, Angie Surface, Mgr., Bonnetia Mann. Second Row: 
Coach Peggy Fiehrer, Carol Belcher, Karen Frierson, Susan Tiltitoe< Valerie Owens, 
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April 2, 1975 



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For the past several years the Board of Control has provided catastrophe injury 
insurance for all high school athletes. The policy was extended to include all 
registered officials for the conning year. At the meeting on March 21, 1975, the 
Board accepted a plan to be underwritten by the Security Life and Accident Com- 
pany for 1975-76. 

Briefly stated, the K.H.S.A.A. catastrophe plan contains the following provi- 
sions: 

1. $1,000.00 deductible clause; 

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been satisfied and after the benefits from all other insurance has been 
considered); 

3. A student engaging in, practicing for, or traveling to or from, all activities 
under the jurisdiction of the K.H.S.A.A. and the direct supervision of a 
school employee; 

4. All registered officials of the K.H.S.A.A., while officiating, or traveling to 
or from the game they are to officiate; 

5. Coverage for medical expense incurred within two years following the date 
of injury; 

6. The deductible is eliminated for injuries sustained during a state series of 
tournaments or meets. 

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and their national reputation for administering athletic insurance programs. The 
claims service has been prompt and efficient. If you desire additional information 
we suggest you write our catastrophe insurance consultant, Mr. Doug Ruedlinger, 
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VOL. XXXVII— NO. 10 



MAY, 1975 



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Newly Elected Board Members 





Denval Bairiger 



Gene Sell 



Prin. Denval Barriger of Bowling Green High 
School and Prin. Gene Sell have been elected 
from Sections 2 and 5 respectively to the Board 
of Control for a four year period beginning July 
1, 1975. 

Denvil Barriger graduated from Scottsville 
High School and Lindsay- Wilson College and 
played on the basketball teams. He earned a B.S., 
M.A. and Rank I degrees from Western Kentucky 
University. In 1950 he started a thirteen year 
coaching career that took him to Hart Memorial, 
Bowling Green and Tell City. 

Denval was principal at North Warren High 
School, Director of Pupil Personnel for Bowling 
Green City Schools prior to assuming the present 
position three years ago. He has been a member 
of the Lions Club for twelve years, a member of 
the Bowling Green Drug Abuse Program and the 
Model Citus Board. He married Juanita Centers 
of Scottsville. Their son, Steve, is a graduate of 
Western and is assistant football and basketball 
coach at Anderson County High School. Daughter, 
Kathy, is a student at Western. There is one 
grandchild. Tamara Barriger. The Barrigers are 
members of the Glendale Baptist Church. 

Gene Sell was bom in Morgantown, West Vir- 
ginia, on May 8, 1936. In 1954 he graduated from 
Fort Lauderdale High School in Florida. He 
served four years in the U. S. Air Force prior to 
enrollmg at Cumberland College where he gradu- 
ated in 1962. Gene earned his Master's Degree 
from Xavier University in 1965 and a Rank I 
there in 1970. 

Gene was a teacher in the Silver Grove Schools 
for six years, at Princeton High School for three 
years and has been principal at Newport for six 
years. He is a part-time instructor at Northern 
Kentucky College, a past president of the Northern 
Kentucky Athletic Conference, past secretary- 
treasurer of the Northern Kentucky Association 
of Secondary School Principals, and is presently 
serving as chairman of the Ninth Region Policy 
Committee for officials assignments. 

Gene is married to Gayle Ann Smith and they 
have two children, Kevin Gene, 10, and Jodi 
Lee, 6. 



Minutes of Annual Meeting 

The fifty-eighth annual meeting of the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association Delegate 
Assembly was held at the Brown Education Build- 
ing, Louisville, on Thursday afternoon, April 17, 
1975. 

President W. P. Wheeler called the meeting 
to order at 2:00 P.M. and asked Assistant Com- 
missioner Tom Mills to call the roll. Sixty-one 
regular elected delegates or alternates answered 
the roll call. 

Commissioner Mansfield then gave a report 
on the activities of the Association during the 
1974-75 school year. Mr. Ernest Trosper moved, 
seconded by James A. Pursiful, that the Com- 
missioners report be accepted. The motion car- 
ried. (The Commissioners report is printed else- 
where in this issue of the ATHLETE). 

President Wheeler introduced to the Assem- 
bly Denvil Barriger, recently elected to member- 
ship on the Board of Control from Section 2 and 
Gene Sell who was elected to represent Section 5. 
Their terms are to begin on July 1, 1975. 

President Wheeler stated that consideration 
of proposals was the next order of business. Den- 
zil Halbert moved, seconded by Joe Ohr, that 
Proposal I, providing that Constitution Article IV, 
Section 2, Item a, be amended to read "They 
shall be a fuU-time certified employee of a Board 
of Education in the region they are to represent 
and must remain in a similar capacity in that 
region during their tenure of office,", be adopted. 
The motion failed to receive the necessary two 
thirds vote for passage. 

Denzil Ramsey moved the adoption of Pro- 
posal II. Richard Hughes seconded the motion. 
Proposal II states that "A student who has rep- 
resented a member school as a first team player 
in football or basketball shaU not compete in an 
all-star or post-season game. The penalty for vio- 
lation shall be loss of eligibility in all sports for 
the remainder of the school year. (This would 
apply to students that have exhausted their eligi- 
bility in these sports.) 

A student who has been a first team player 
in football or basketball and has eligibility re- 
maining in these sports shall not take part in an 
all-star or post-season game at any time. The pen- 
alty is loss of eligibility for one year. The motion 
carried. 

Jimmy Wiggins moved, seconded by Arnold 
Oaken, that Proposal III be adopted. Proposal III 
states that "the football season begins four weeks 
prior to the opening day of school and ends with 
the finals of the state playoffs. Practice, contests 
or clinics for football shall be held only between 
dates set for football and no other organized prac- 
tice, contests or clinics shall be permitted." 

Following a discussion of Proposal III, Arnold 

Oaken made a motion to amend so that the part 

of the proposal pertaining to clinics would not 

take effect until 1976. Thomas W. Johnson sec- 

(Continued on Page Twelve) 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1975 



VOL. XXXVn— NO. 10 



MAY, 1975 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Laxinglon, Ky. 40S02 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provid- 
ed for in Seclio.n 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. 

EdUor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor . LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President W. P. WHEELER (1971-1975), Owensboro 

Vice-President LOUIE MARTIN (1972-1976), Corbin 

Directors Eldon E. Davidson (1974-1977), Montlcello; 

Andrew J. Fultz (1972-1976), OUve Hill; Arthur R. Hawkins 
(1972-1976), Ml. SterHag; CecU Reid (1974-1977), Syrnsonia; 
George E. Sauer, Jr., (1974-1978), Louisville; Frank B. 
Simpson (1972-1976), Louisville; Ray Story (1974-1978), 
Radcliff; Fairce O. Woods (1974-1975), Flemingsburg; 
Conley Manning, State Dept. of Education representative. 
Subscription Rate SI. 00 per year 



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REPORTS PAST DUE 

1. School's Report on Basketball Officials 

2. Official's Report on Schools (BasketbaU) 



Attention, Officials! 

The registration period for K.H.S.A.A. offi- 
cials is and has been for several years the same 
as the Association fiscal year, namely July-June. 
Advance applications for registration in football 
and basketball are not now being accepted. 
Previously registered officials in these sports 
will receive their renewal application cards at 
some time during the summer months after the 
new National Federation publications have been 
received in the State Office. Previously regis- 
tered officials should not send in their renewal 
fees until they receive these cards. 

Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on Thursday morning, April 17, 1975. 
The meeting was called to order by President W. 
P. Wheeler at 9:00 A.M., with Board members 
Louie Martin, Eldon Davidson, Jack Fultz, Ar- 
thur Hawkins, Cecil Reid, George Sauer, Frank 
Simpson and Ray Story; Commissioner J. B. 
Mansfield and Assistant Commissioners Tom 
Mills, Billy V. Wise and Louis Stout present. Mr. 
Conley Manning was present representing the 
State Department of Education. The invocation 
was given by Arthur Hawkins. 

Frank Simpson moved, seconded by Arthur 
Hawkins, that the reading of the minutes of the 
previous meeting be waived since the members 
of the Board had received copies of these minutes 
in the mail. The motion carried unanimously. 

Assistant Commissioner Tom Mills reported 
a decrease in attendance at the 1975 Boys' State 
Tournament. He reported the attendance at ap- 
proximately 111,000 as compared to 124,000 for 
the 1974 tournament. The ticket sales for 1975 was 
approximately $287,000.00. The total ticket sales 
for 1974 was $286,142.00. The estimated tourna- 
ment expense is approximately $87,000.00. 

Total paid attendance at the Girls' State 



Tournament held on the campus of Eastern Ken- 
tucky University was 18,270 with gate receipts 
of $44,384.00. The estimated expense is approxi- 
mately $22,000.00. A complete record of all re- 
ceipts and disbursements for both the Boys and 
Girls Tournaments will appear in the annual 
audit. Louie Martin moved, seconded by Jack 
Fultz that the State Tournament report be accept- 
ed as presented. The vote carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mansfield then reported to the Board that 
Maysville High School had been suspended in 
boys' basketball until January 1, 1976. He ex- 
plained that the suspension was imposed follow- 
ing an incident which took place during and after 
the Fleming County High School and Maysville 
High School boys basketball game played on 
March 5, 1975. Letters were presented from Dis- 
trict Tournament Manager, John H. Branson, 
Fleming County Principal Fairce O. Woods and 
Mr. Elza Whalen, Jr., Principal of MaysviUe High 
School, explaining their version of the incident. 

Mr. Mansfield stated that Mr. Whalen was 
present and wished to appeal the suspension. Pres- 
ident Wheeler welcomed Mr. Whalen, Superin- 
tendent Robert L. Biddle, Coach Lyle Dunbar, As- 
sistant Coach Henry Boone and Glenn Roberson 
the Director of Pupil Personnel at MaysviUe High 
School. Each visitor was given the opportunity to 
express his views and answer questions from the 
Board members. Following their presentation Mr. 
Whalen requested that the Board rescind the de- 
cision of Commissioner Mansfield or, if they up- 
held the suspension, shorten the length of time to 
permit them to host the annual Christmas Tourna- 
ment. Mr. Wheeler thanked the group for appear- 
ing before the Board and assured them considera- 
tion would be given their request and they would 
be informed of the final decision. The group 
thanked the Board for their time and departed. 

Following considerable discussion, George 
Sauer moved, seconded by Arthur Hawkins, that 
the suspension of MaysvUle High School be up- 
held until January 1, 1976. All members present 
voted aye. The Commissioner asked if the Board 
would re-consider and permit Maysville to play 
in the Christmas Tournament. The request was 
denied. 

Commissioner Mansfield reported that a dis- 
agreement over the distribution of tournament 
funds in District 52 was the next item for con- 
sideration. Mr. DiUard Prater, Principal of Cum- 
berland High School, came before the Board rep- 
resenting Cumberland, Lynch and Cawood High 
School. He stated that these schools objected to 
the distribution of funds since it was not in keep- 
ing with the wishes of the majority of the schools 
in the 52nd District as voted upon in the District 
Tournament Meeting of February 15, 1975. He 
stated that decisions reached at an earlier meet- 
ing (held at Evarts High School on January 23, 
1975, with two principals and three coaches pres- 
ent) should not be binding since a local agree- 
ment had been reached years earlier jind reaf- 
firmed in February, 1974, that the tournament site 
would be at Cawood High School until equal or 
better facilities were available in the district. Fol- 
lowing his presentation and after answering sev- 
eral questions from members of the Board, Mr. 
Prater thanked the Board for their consideration 
and departed. 

The Board then heard comments from Mr. E. 
R. Gray of Evarts High School. Mr. Gray stated 
that the decisions reached at the January 23rd 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1975 



Page Three 



meeting should be binding since it was an official- 
ly called meeting and since all schools were rep- 
resented by their principal or an appointed rep- 
resentative. He stated further that the vote was 
unanimous for the tournament site to be at Har- 
lan High School, and Harlan was to receive 25% 
of gross receipts for hosting the tournament. 

Mr, Tom Ward, Principal of Harlan High 
School and Manager of the 52nd District Tourna- 
ment explained to the Board that Harlan High 
School had not requested the tournament but fol- 
lowing the unanimous vote of the representatives 
at the January 23rd meeting he accepted the 
tournament and proceeded with making the prop- 
er arrangements. He stated that it was too late to 
make changes when the representatives took a 
new vote on February 15th to move the site to 
Cawood High School; therefore, he managed the 
tournament based on decisions reached at the 
January 23rd meeting. 

Following the departure of Mr. Weird and a 
discussion of the facts as presented, Eldon David- 
son moved, seconded by Jack Fultz, that since the 
coaches were official representative of the prin- 
cipals at the January 23rd meeting of the 52nd 
District officials, the decisions reached at this 
meeting shall be binding to all schools involved, 
and further, in tlie future, accurate written min- 
utes be kept at all official meetings. All mem- 
bers voted aye. 

At the request of Prin. Ray McCann a letter 
was presented asking the Board to restore the 
eligibility of James Harkins who had made him- 
self ineligible for spring sports by participating 
as a substitute in a tournament run by the Fed- 
eral Youth Center at Ashland after the season. 
The letter stated that James Harkins was unaware 
of any wrong doing and was not trying to defy 
the Association's regulation. Cecil Reid moved, 
seconded by Louie Martin, that James Harkins 
eligibility be restored by the Board by authority 
given it in the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution Article 
IV, Section 3, Item d-7. The motion carried unan- 
imously. 

Tom Mills presented the eligibiUty case of 
Ricky Spurlock, a student at Berea High School, 
who is ineligible under By-Law 6, Section 1, 
Transfer. Ray Story moved, seconded by Eldon 
Davidson, that the ehgibility of this student be 
restored. All members voted aye. 

W. P. Wheeler and Louie Martin were named 
delegate and alternate, respectively, to the forth- 
coming annual meeting of the National Federation. 

The date for the next meeting of the Board of 
Control was scheduled for Friday, May 23, 1975, 
at 9:30 A.M., in Bowhng Green. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by George Sauer, 
that all bills of the Association beginning March 
1, 1975, and ending March 31, 1975, be allowed. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 

Kentucky Coaches Wrestling Clinic 

For wrestling coaches and physical education 
teachers, bring your video tapes, movie camera, 
and notebook. 

Learn from the finest coaching staff assem- 
bled in the state. 

Featuring Fletcher Carr, Head Coach at the 
University of Kentucky. Team set NCAA record 
for most duals won in a season. It has taken only 
two years for him to build a national power, 
placing 18th in the nation. 



Areas to be covered: Riding, escapes, reversals 
and legs; Special emphasis on takedown techni- 
ques and pinning. 

DATES: June 13 (10:00 A.M.-9:30 P.M.) 
June 14 (9:00 A.M.-7:00 P.M.) 
COST: $15.00 (includes coaches social) 
Clinic will cover basic to advanced tech- 
niques. 



Approved and Certified Baseball Officials 

Some eighty K.H.S.A.A. officials registered in 
baseball took the National Federation examina- 
tion for the higher ratings on April 7, 1975. 

Certified 

Anderson, Luther S. Lambert, Irvin G. 

Ashley, Kenneth Lile, Clyde F. 

Audas, David C. McClure, Jerry 

Bell, Ronald K. Marlette, Ron 

Bernardini, Bruno Marshall, Barry J. 

Bertsch, Ronald Mattingly, Charles P. 

Brause, Allan R. Mooneyhan, James H. 
Brown, John W. "Scoop"Morgan, Richard 

Bushkar, John Morse, Richard K. 

Butcher, Douglas Mulligan, J. T. 

Butcher, Stephen D. Norwood, Thomas R. 

Chasteen, Earl Pardue, Israel L. 

Crager, Bobby F. Raines, J. W. 

Gulp, Leo Reif, Harry F. 

Daniel, Roger T. Rhodes, Don 

Daniels, Robert A. Ring, Bill 

Deaton, Larry Rogers, Bob 

Dill, Roger Rogers, Eldridge 

Duerson, W. R. Sandusky, Jerry 

Durbin, Roy Shaw, Earl 

Foust, Ray, Jr. Shipp, David E. 

Frankel, Louis S. Strain, Richard P. 

Gartin, Robert B. Taylor, John O. 

Gibson, James Dean Tucker, Jerome L. 

Glass, K. L. Tyre, Donald 

Goodman, Bennie Ray Urlage, Richard 

Hardin, Don G. Washer, Jamie Don 

Herrick, Calvin P. Wilcox, Ursal R. 

Hurst, Terry L. Wiley, Michael J. 

Joseph, Charles S. Williams, Bobby G. 

Kaufman, Alvin Winfrey, Shelby 

Kimmel, Jerry Wingfield, Felix G. 

King, James A. Wright, John David 

Kouns, Robert H. Zirnheld, Leonard 

Approved 

Allen, Thomas E. Jarboe, Ron 

Bankston, Michael M. Johnson, W. Lynn 

Baxter, Wayne B. Keeling, Reuben 

Bristol, Charles Kennedy, Jim 

Brown, Michael King, Douglas 

Bullock, James D. Kluepfel, Joseph C. 

Burkeen, PhiUip C. Lamar, Huston O. 

Burkeen, Tony McClelland, John M. 

Collins, James R., Jr. McGee, John J. 

Colvin, James F. McMurtrey, Tim 

Davis, Ralph Markham, Stan 

Dwyer, James E. Miles, Ralph A. 

Dwyer, Robert Pearl, George A. 

Edmondson, Johnny B. Pinson, David L. "Bo" 

Emmons, Guy W. Roberts, Harry R. 

Green, Don Rogers, Rufus B. 

Greer, R. Wayne Runyon, Tommy D. 

Gupton, Lawrence Salyer, Joel 

Haynes, Michael D. Swart, James 

Henson, Don R. Thompson, Ronnie 

Higgins, James P., Jr. Vidt, John H. 

Holt, Larry Westcott, Jo H. 

Hopson, James E. Wilkinson, Jeffrey L. 

Hudson, Douglas Young, Cephes 
Hurt, Thomas C. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1975 



Kentucky's Game Guy 




Michael Geoghegan 

The K.H.S.A.A. gave its highest award to 
Michael Geoghegan of the Nelson County High 
School. The Award was made at half-time of the 
Nelson County-CampbeUsville game during the 
Fifth Regional Basketball Tournament. 

The Award is given by the Association to the 
athlete that it feels best exemplifies the fighting 
spirit needed to overcome physical handicaps to 
take part in the athletic program. Michael has 
suffered from a lingering iUness for some time. 

Michael's coach, Tom Swartz, stated that 
"Never have I seen an individual fight so hard 
to overcome a serious illness. At first Mike 
thought his playing days were over so he under- 
took the job of manager. This did not satisfy his 
competitive spirit." He earned a starting position 
on the team before the end of the season. 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Baseball Officials 
(List Compiled April 30) 

II one telephone nuinJ>er is given for an official listed, 
it is the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two niunbers are given, the first number is that of the 
home phone. 

Adams, Joseph Mark, 2504 Cumberland Avenue, Ashland 

41101, 324-5864 
Austin, Dwight Lea, 2319 Smallhouse, Bowling Green 

42101, 842-7966, 842-7966 
Bankston, Michael M., P. O. Box 251, Belfry 41514, 353- 

4571, 353-7230 
Battoe, Darryl S., 142 Robin Road, Spindletop Mobile 

Homes, Georgetown 40324, 863-5272, 252-1626 
Baxter, Wayne B., 497 Audubon Court, Radcliff 40160, 

351-6593, 351-1175 
Beckner, Gene, Box 32, Manchester 40962, 864-9102, 598- 

2161 
Blair, Gene R., Box 224, Hinaman 41822, 785-5844, 785-5844 
Blair, Jeff, P. O. Box 224, Hindman 41822, 785-5844, 785- 

3166 
Blair, Kenneth, Box 224, Hindman 41822, 785-3240, 436-3158 
Boone, Henry L., Rt. 2, Box 213, MaysUck 41055, 763-6497, 

564-3856 
Brannock, Frank W., 2301 Allen Drive, Lexington 40505, 

293-2426 272-2411 
Bowling, David M., P. O. Box 235, London 40741, 864-4434 

(Continued on Page Five) 



COACHES CORNER 

Coaches Corner becomes a regular feature of 
the Athlete with the August issue. 

It is designed to provide a means of com- 
munication between members of the Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association and between 
schools. The Association wishes to express its 
appreciation to the Kentucky High School Ath- 
letic Association for providing space for this 
feature. 

Contributions to Coaches Corner are wel- 
come. News of interest, job opportunities, sched- 
ule openings, etc., will be the items carried in the 
column. Send notices to: Coaches Corner, c/o Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association, P. O. Box 
7502," Lexington, Kentucky 40502. 

The KHSCA Charity All-Star Games for boys 
will be held August 2, 1975, at the University of 
Kentucky's Commonwealth Stadium and Memor- 
ial Coliseum. This is the 24th renewal of the 
event which has seen the West footballers win 
13 times with one tie and the East basketball 
team triumph on 13 occasions. The teams will 
report on Sunday, July 17, at 4:00 p.m. EDT and 
begin practice the following day. 

A FREE clinic for football and basketball 
coaches will be held the morning of August 2 at 
Lexington's Campbell House Inn. At 9:00 a.m. 
EDT, Bob Barlow, coach at Lexington Bryan Sta- 
tion, will speak to basketball coaches, and Roy 
Walton of Lexington Tates Creek will address 
football coaches. After a short break, Joe B. Hall 
and FVan Curci, basketball and football coaches 
at the University of Kentucky wiU speak to the 
two groups. All meetings will be held in Colonial 
Hall of the Campbell House. 

A buffet luncheon follows the clinic, begin- 
ning at 11:15 a.m. It will conclude in time for 
travel to Commonwealth Stadium and the East- 
West All-Star football game. 

Tom Stapleton of Middlesboro High School 
will coach the East football team, assisted by 
Fred Mariani of Beechwood. Owensboro's Gerald 
Poynter will direct the West football team with 
John Hina of Murray as his assistant. The East 
basketball squad wall be coached by Al Prewitt 
of Lexington Henry Clay and the West will be 
coached by Bob Hoggard of Christian County. 

Stapleton was named Coach of the Year in 
football and Prewitt received the same honor 
in basketball during the Association's annual 
meeting in Louisville April 17. 

The Association will have help this year on 
its promotional efforts for the All-Star ganies. 
"The Lexington Jaycees are handling all promotion 
and advance ticket sales and sale of advertising 
in the Games Program. The group has outlined 
an ambitious program designed to create state- 
wide interest in the Games and insure excellent 
fan support. 

Tickets for each of the Games are $2.00 for 
adults and $1.00 for children under twelve. 

REMEMBER! The clinic August 2 is FREE 
to members of ' the Association. Information on 
reservations will be sent to all members at a 
later date. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH^CHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1975 

TED SANFORD AWARDS 



Page Five 





Donna Murphy 

The first Ted Sanford Award for girls was 
won by Donna Murphy, Newport High School. 
The annual award inaugurated by the Courier- 
Journal and Times is presented to the player in 
the K.H.S. State Basketball Tournament who ex- 
cels in four areas: basketball ability, academic 
accomplishments, sportsmanship and citizenship. 
The selection was made by a committee of school 
personnel from throughout the state. 

Donna is a 5' 10" junior who ranks third in 
the class academically. In addition to being a 
star basketball player she participates in volley- 
ball, Softball and track. In the latter sport she 
won the High Jump in the 1974 State Track Meet 
and holds the record in this event for the N.K.A.C. 
and regional. 



Jerry Lee Britt 

To foster the ideals exemplified by Ted San- 
ford, former commissioner of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, the Courier-Journal 
and Times inaugurated the Ted Sanford Award 
to be given annually to a player in the Kentucky 
High School Boys' State Basketball Tournament 
who excels in four areas; basketball ability, aca- 
demic accomplishments, sportsmanship and citi- 
zenship. 

Commissioner J. B. Mansfield presented the 
third award to Jerry Lee Britt, a senior at Warren 
East High School. Jerry was selected by a com- 
mittee composed of school personnel from 
throughout the state. 



Baseball Officials 

(Continued from Page Four) 

Brooks, Joe R., Box 3, Shelbiana 41562, 432-2836, 432-3111 
Brown, James W., Route 2, West Paducah 42086, 488-3252. 

488-3252 
Brown. John W., 975 Waverly Drive, Lexington 40505, 254- 

1940, 255-0835 
Bullock, James D., Rt. 4, Box 66, Madisonville 42431, 

825-2645, 821-5761 
■Caldwell, Cecil, 1202 S. 10th St., Mayfield 42066, 247-2804 
Campbell, Douglas J., c/o DCHS, Jeff 41751, 436-5940. 

436-6811 
Campbell, Larry, Hueysville 41640 
Carr. Billy W., 612 Village Drive, Franklin 42134, 586-6910, 

586-3261 
Carroll, John Douglas. Rt. 5. Box 114, Madisonville 42431, 

383-5884, 821-4780 
Case, Donald E., R. R. #1, Brooksville 41004. 735-2370 
Chandler, Roger, Rt. 6, Glenn Ave., Shelbyville 40065, 

633-3235, 633-2653 
Cherry. Robert Lee, Jr.. 1063 Redwood Dr., Lexington 

40505 
Coates, Henry, Mt. Vernon 40456 
Collins, James R., Jr. 260 E. Reynold Road 40, Lexington 

40503, 272-5493. 278-4611 
Combs, Charles M., Hindman 41822. 785-3410, 785-3166 
Cook, James R., 205 E. Limestone St., Somerset 42501, 

678-4636 
Cornett, Cova William, 21 Meadowbrook Dr., Morehead 

40351, 784-5440. 784-5440 
Cundiff. Richard. Rt. 3, Box 237, Somerset 42501, 678-5601, 

678-5279 



Cupp. Jackie. Rt. 4. Box 498. London 40741. 864-6886, 864- 

2181 
Davis. James C, 613 Hopewell St.. Madisonville 42431, 

825-2148 
Davis, Jim, 10719 Shipley Ct.. Cincinnati. Ohio 45231, 825- 

5061, 521-9446 
Davis, Larry, 3229 W. Kentucky. Louisville 40211. 772- 

3106 
Dawson, Danny R., HlHat 41636, 377-2276, 452-2110 
Day. Douglas B.. R.R. 5. NicholasviUe 40356, 272-4448. 255 j 

Dean George Lee. 1252 Deering Lane. Radcllff 40160, 351- 

4308 ,_ „ .„ ■ 

Deener, James W "Dee", 120 Main St.. CampbellsvlUe 

42718. 465-7323 
Downs, Joseph W.. 829 Bartley. Bardstown 40004, 348-5123. 

348-3991 
Duncan, Gary S.. 1602 Olive St., Apt. 3. Murray 42071, 

753-3607. 753-3607 .. „ , • iii aomo 

East, William, 3226 Lafayette Road, HopkinsviUe 42240, 

886-2146, 886-5259 ,„ ^„„ ,„ 

Eaves. Shelley L.. P. O. Box 526, GreenviUe 42345. 338- 

2874 
Edmondson, Phil. Dry Ridge 41035, 484-2184 
Engle William C. P. O. Box 46. Hindman 41822, 785-5543 
Eubaiik, Jerry, Rt. 5. Box 6. Glasgow 42141. 651-3252 
Evans Danny. 4419 Southview. Ashland 41101, 324-9287 
Evans John Davis. Jr.. 109 N. Highland Ave., Prestons- 

burg 41653, 886-2415. 843-3389 
Francis. WiUiam R.. 744 Cherokee. Madisonville 42431. 

821-0423. 821-5761 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1975 



1975 Kentucky State High Schsol Swimming Meet 

Plantation Club, Louisville, Kentucky, February 21-22, 1975 



TEAM SCORING— CLASS AAA GIRLS 





















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Ballard 


24 


27 


21 


29 


38 


32 


21 


24 


27 


4 


32 


279 


Sacred Heart 


32 


13 


16 


23 


18 


22 


15 


25 


22 


19 


26 


231 


Atherton 


26 





18 





5 


15 





4 


12 


9 


8 


97 


Lafayette 


22 


22 














2 


24 


12 


1 


10 


93 


Westport 





7 


19 














10 





23 


24 


83 


Henry Clay 











20 


5 


16 


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2 





22 


70 


Eastern 


18 


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25 








2 


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67 


Paul Blazer 








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13 


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Tates Creek 


20 








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11 





13 


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56 


Fern Creek 


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6 


39 


Seneca 


8 





12 














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16 





38 


Waggener 


4 


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20 


38 


Bowling Green 


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14 


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13 


Owensboro 


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Marion Moore 
































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1. 200 Yard Medley Helay— 

1. Sacred Heart 1:58.5 

2. Atherton 2:02.7 

3. Ballard 2:03.9 

4. Lafayette 2:04.3 

5. Tates Creek 2:06.7 

6. Eastern 2:07.0 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle 

1. M. Lyverse, Eastern 1:55.4 

2. P. Higgs, Sacred Heart 2:00.3 

3. A. Simpson, Lafayette 2:02.4 

4. M. L. Street, Ballard 2:03.4 

5. C. Ellis, Lafayette 2:04.0 

6. C. Morrison, BaUard 2:07.0 

Lyverse set a new state record with 

har Ume of 1:55.4. 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley— 

1. R. Boone. Ballard 2:13.2 

2. A. Potts, Atherton 2:14.7 

3. K. Estep, Seneca 2:17.0 

4. A. Cowart, Sacred Heart — - 2:17.5 

5. M. Wright, Westport 2:20.0 

6. K. Pearson, Westport 2:22.1 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle— 

1. S. Carpenter, Sacred Heart .. :25.2 

2. L. Shiffler, Blazer :25.3 

3. M. J. Reid, BaUard :25.6 

4. C. Leigh, Henry Clay :25.8 

5. D. Robison, Ballard :27.2 

6. J. Ruggles, Henry Clay :27.7 

Carpenter set a new state record 

with her time of :25.2. 



5. Fancy Diving — 

1. G. Pahnieri. Ballard 398.20 

2. J. Warner, Sacred Heart 391.40 

3. C. Tucker, BaUard 371.25 

4. P. Coots, Assumption 327.05 

5. P. Stone, BaUard 319.85 

6. S. McKee, Fern Creek 270.70 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly— 

1. C. Leigh, Henry Clay :59.4 

2. A. Cowart, Sacred Heart :59.6 

3. A. Potts, Atherton 1:01.4 

4. M. L. Street, Ballard 1:02.8 

5. J. Moyse, Ballard 1:04.8 

6. A. Campisano, Sacred Heart 1:05.1 
Leigh set a new state record with 

her time of :59.4. 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle — 

1. M. Lyverse, Eastern :53.9 

2. L. Shiffler, Blazer :54.5 

3. S. Carpenter. Sacred Heart— :54.6 

4. P. Yackev, Tates Creek :56.0 

5. M. J. Reid, Ballard :58.0 

6. D. Kolseth, Eastern :58.4 

Lyverse set a new slate record with 

her time of :53.9. 

8. 500 Yard Freestyle— 

1. P. Higgs, Sacred Heart 5:18.2 

2. A. Simpson, Lafayette 5:25.5 

3. H. Wright, Ballard 5:26.2 

4. C. EUls, Lafayette 5:29.1 

5. L. Schafer, Westport 5:29.3 

6. K. Uhner, Sacred Heart 5:31.0 

Higgs set a state record in this new 

event with her time of 5:18.2. 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke— 

1. R. Boone. BaUard 1:00.3 

2. C. Dugan, Sacred Heart 1:05.3 

3. D. Vineyard, Lafayette 1:07.1 

4. P. Morrissey, Ballard 1:07.9 

5. M. Summers. Tates Creek .. 1:08.7 

6. C. Sheridan, Sacred Heart _. 1:12.0 

Boone set a new state record with 
her time of 1:00.3. 



10. 100 Yard Breaststroke— 

K. Estep, Seneca 1 

M. Wright, Westport 1 

K. Ulmer, Sacred Heart 1 

P. Yacket, Tates Creek 1 

K. Pearson. Westport 1 

S. Stone, Atherton 1 



10.7 
10.8 
12.7 
14.4 
15.5 
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II. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay — 

1. BaUard 3:46.4 

2. Sacred Heart 3:55.4 

3. Westport 4:01.4 

4. Henry Clay 4:07.9 

5. Waggener 4:10.4 

6. Paul Blazer 4:13.6 

Ballard set a new state record with 
their lime of 3:46.4. 



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1. Atherton 1:46.1 

". Rowling Green 1:47.1 

t. Wes^xirt 1:50.0 

4. Ballard 1:50.8 

5. Paul Blazer 1:52.0 

6. Eastern 1:52.4 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle— 

1. K Davis, Atherton 1:51.0 

2. R. Henderson, Atherton 1:52.7 

3. J. Barnett, Westport 1:53.7 

4. K. Oliver, Eastern 1:54.1 

5. M. Hackler, Blazer 1:54.3 

6. J. Prettle, Ballard 1:56.5 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley— 

1. G. Shepherd, Blazer 2:03.8 

2. C. Burckle. Trinity 2:05.0 

3. A. Moore. Atherton 2:06.5 

4. T. Borie, Westport 2:10.9 

5. M. Hisle, Tates Creek 2:11.6 

6. C. Fugmann, Henry Clay _„ 2:15.6 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle— 

1. T. Lee, Waggener :23.3 

2. W, Moore, Bowling Green __ :23.5 

3. J. Orr, Henry Clay :23.5 

4. T. Bloom, Ballard :23.6 

5. T. Coffey, St. Xavier :23.7 

6. T. GueUeh. BaUard :23.7 



5. Fancy Diving— 

M. Leibson, Atherton 423.60 

J. Goddard, Blazer 396.15 

B. Smock, Trinity 391.60 

B. Dempsev. Ballard 391.60 

M. King, Waggener 340.20 

D. Littlefield. M. Moore 326.05 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly— 

C. Burckle, Trinity :54.9 

D. Blann, Bowling Green ^_ :57.3 
J. Orr, Henry Clay :57.4 

Beard. Bowling Green __ :57.6 

Mullikin, Owensboro :57.7 

Bobrow, Westport :58.7 



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2. J. Barnett, Westport 

3. W. Moore, Bowling Green __ 

4. L,. Bohannon, Bowling Green 

5. T. Bloom, Ballard 

6. M. Wade, Lafayette 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke— 

1. G. Shepherd. Blazer :55.7 

2. M. Petry, Atherton :59.0 

3. T. Borie, Westport 1:00.1 

4. J. Gleason, St. Xavier 1:00.2 

5. J. Norris, Blazer 1:00.4 

6. M. Hlsle, Tates Creek 1:00,5 



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R. 500 Yard Freestyle — 

1. M. Hackler, Blazer 4:57.3 

2. K. Oliver, Eastern 5:00.2 

3. S. Nunn, Ballard 5:00.2 

4. R. Henderson, Atherton 5:04.6 

5. S. Miller, St. Xavier 5:04.9 

6. D. Hand, Lafayette 5:05.1 

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10. 100 Yard Breaststroke — 

1. A. Moore. Atherton 1 

2. T. Guelich, Ballard 1 

3. D. Blann, Bowling Green __ 1 

4. S. Nunn, Ballard 1 

5. M. Mobley, St. Xavier 1 

6. K. Oliver, Eastern 1 

Moore set a new record in this event 
with his time of 1:02.0. 



11. 400 Yard Freestyle Helay— 

1. Atherton 3:25.2 

2. Paul Blazer 3:31.1 

3. Ballard 3:31.3 

4. St. Xaxier 3:34.6 

5. Bowling Green 3:35.4 

6. Lafayette 8:37.4 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1975 



Page Nine 



BARREN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL— RUNNER-UP 
1975 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left lo Righl) Front Row: Cheerleaders Marietta Lawrence, Pam Waldrop, Gina Glover, Chris HoUey, Dawn 
Pursley, Denise Williams, Kathy Cruxnpton. Second Row: Joyce Taylor, Debbie Bunch, Tena Toms, Vickie Spencer. 
Terri Smith, Sharon Jackson. Third Row: Teresa Billingsley, Joy Billingsley, Lyn^ Stewart, Margo Loftis, Marcia 
Miller, Pam Key, Jo James, Coach Bob Steenbergen. 



TATES CREEK HIGH SCHOOL— SEMI-FINALIST 
1975 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: D. Carter, S. Greer, J. Karnes, J. Mitchell, J. Mefford, D. Kruspee, M. Riggs. Second 
Row: R. Richardson, K. Peter, M. Wallace, W. Wonderlv, J. Griggs, D. Johnson, P. Warth, H. McGregor, M. Steward, 
L. Cannon. Third Row: L. Feltner, D. Akins, S. Monica, W. Williams, R Clifton, C. Hinderberger, N. Hamilton, M. 
Hamburg, B. Christi, L. Sharp, M. Speaks, S. Stern, Coach R. Walton, Prin. W. Featherston. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1975 



SENECA HIGH SCHOOL— SEMI-FINALIST 
1975 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left lo Right) Front Row: Mary Beth McQuade, Lynn Meers, Kathy Brown, Pam Caudill, Diane Taul. Second 
Row: Ass'f Coach Karma Schaefer, Evy Abell, Micky Vick, Donna Cosby, Nancy Smith, Kim Young, Bridgette Cameron, 
Tami Smialek, Coach Sue Owe;ns. 

few students. Schools, which typically offered two 
or three sports in the 1940's now sponsor nine or 
ten sports for boys and nearly as many for girls. 
At the same time, the depth of many sports pro- 
grams has increased to include sophomore and 
junior varsity teams in addition to varsity squads. 
And those who would maintain athletics involves 
only the participants have not spent an evening 
recently at a high school basketball game or 
wrestling meet and watched hundreds of students 
and parents go nuts with excitement during a hot- 
ly contested event. 

THIRD, the interscholastic program is as 
essential to the educational process of many young 
people as any other part of the curriculum. Some 
students can be reached best or perhaps only 
through mathematics, some through music, and 
some through football or gymnastics. Some stu- 
dents will mature and establish character during 
a disciplined study of biology, others through ded- 
ication to baseball or track. We have seen these 
things happen. 

MOREOVER, the athletic program is a co- 
hesive force in many communities. It stimulates 
interest in school activities by non-participating 
students and townspeople. An athletic event often 
provides the forum where the community be- 
comes aware of other school activities and may 
be moved to support them. The people who sup- 
port athletics tend to support the whole school 
program and are willing to pay for it. According 
to Gene Calhoun, President of the Madison, Wis- 
consin Board of Education, "If you lost athletics, 
you would lose one of the best supportive pilars. 
You would lose people who support the whole 
budget." 

WE AGREE and we urge athletic administra- 
tors to present this perspective of the athletic pro- 
gram and the athletic budget. 

■ — National Federation Press 



NATIONAL FEDERATION NOTEBOOK 

The Athlelic Budget in Perspective 

HIGHER COSTS AND TIRED TAXPAYERS 
may mean trouble for interscholastic athletics in 
coming years. Inflation may require bond referen- 
da with increasing frequency, and overburdened 
taxpayers may defeat them with increasing reg- 
ularity. 

PROOF OF THESE TRENDS is available 
coast to coast, in large cities and small. The board 
of education in San Francisco, California voted in 
February to halt athletic programs immediately 
in the city's public schools in order to save 
$200,000 as part of a $4,000,000 budget cut. Voters 
in Springfield, Illinois have defeated two referen- 
da, causing the school superintendent there to 
recommend elimination of all extracurricular ac- 
tivities, including athletics, as a cost-saving 
measure. 

THE TYPICAL ARGUMENT for elimination 
of interscholastic athletics is the great expense 
which benefits only some students in a program 
which is not essential to the educational process. 
The argument is based on three misconceptions. 

FIRST, the interscholastic athletic program, 
when viewed with the proper perspective, is not 
expensive; it might even be considered a bargain. 
Only 69(< of every $100 budgeted for public edu- 
cation in Madison, Wisconsin, goes to interschol- 
astic athletics — only .69 of 1 percent of the total 
school budget. Coaching salaries in all communi- 
ties are a mere pittance for work the men and 
women do. The many formulae which operate to 
determine coaching stipends generally translate 
to only $2 or $3 an hour. Some people coach for 
less; and some coach without pay. 

SECOND, the interscholastic athletic pro- 
gram long ago stopped being beneficial to only 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1975 



Page Eleven 



1974-75 Annual Report 
(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 

Three hundred fifteen schools joined the Asso- 
ciation for the 1974-75 school year. Twelve of 
these schools enroll girls only and seven have on- 
ly boys. In 1973-74 there were 329 schools, in 
1972-73 there were 334 and 344 in 1971-72. 

There were 201 schools involved in football. 
The Classes A and AA championship games were 
played at Eastern Kentucky University with ap- 
proximately 3,984 in attendance and gross receipts 
of $9,429.00. The Class AAA final was played at 
the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center with 
4,200 in attendance for gross receipts of $28,884.50. 
Interest and attendance at the regional and semi- 
final games continues to increase resulting in 
greater revenue for the schools involved. It is 
hoped there will be added interest this fall with 
classification changes and another class. 

In Cross Country 146 teams entered the twen- 
ty regional meets. There were eight regions in 
Class A and AA, with four in Class AAA. The ex- 
penses incurred in sponsoring this sport were 
$5,086.09. All state championship meets were held 
at Seneca Park in Louisville. The Board of Con- 
trol proposes to sponsor Girls' Cross Country this 
fall. 

The wrestling program is going forward at a 
rapid pace. There were 65 schools in the eight 
regions with the winner and runner-up in each 
weight class advancing to the finals. The champ- 
ionship tournament was held at Atherton High 
School. 

In Classes AAA and AA Swimming, 45 girls' 
teams and 44 boys' teams competed for the 
championships. They were held at the Plantation 
Club in Louisville on February 21-22 and Eastern 
Kentucky University on April 4-5 respectively. 
Receipts from the two meets totaled $1,400.00 with 
expenses of $3,243.98. 

There was 16 schools with boys' gymnastic 
teams and 29 with girls. One regional was held 
for the girls but there was not a sufficient num- 
ber of boys' teams to justify a regional. The state 
meets were at Marion County High School on 
February 22. The receipts were $452.70 and the 
expenses were $2,434.33. 

The gross receipts from the boys' and girls' 
district basketball tournaments were $432,585.68 
while the regional tournaments took in $347,672.35 
for a total of $780,258.03. The approximate amount 
realized by host schools as profit from concessions 
amounted to $94,000.00. Attendance at the Boys' 
State Tournament was approximately 111,000 as 
compared to 124,525 for last year. The gross re- 
ceipts this year for the tournament was about 
$295,000.00. A complete audit will appear in the 
August issue of the "Athlete." 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball 
Tournament was 22,917. The gross receipts 
amounted to $44,384.00 with expenditures of ap- 
proximately $22,000.00. The expense of the tourna- 
ment was a minimum due to the cooperation of 
the people at Eastern Kentucky University in pro- 
viding reasonable meals and lodging for the play- 
ers and cheerleaders. A complete report will ap- 
pear in the audit. 

In the other sports that are to foUow, 272 
baseball teams will compete in 59 districts and 



eight regions; 203 girls' track and 234 boys' teams 
will compete in twenty regions each; 93 girls' golf 
teams and 189 boys' teams will play in nineteen 
regions; 132 girls' tennis teams and 134 boys' 
teams will play in sixteen regions. State champ- 
ionship meets will be held in baseball at Morehead 
University; the Class AAA track in Louisville and 
the Class A and AA at Western; the girls' golf at 
Shelby viUe; the boys' golf at Fort Knox; the ten- 
nis at the 'Tennis Center in Louisville. 

Registering with the Officials' Division of the 
Association were 1,524 basketball officials, 736 
football, 514 baseball at the present time and 58 
wrestling. Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise 
conducted 16 clinics in basketball and 12 in foot- 
ball for officials and coaches. Assistant Commis- 
sioner Louis Stout conducted 11 clinics for base- 
ball umpires and coaches. Two hundred one offic- 
ials took the National Federation examination for 
the advanced ratings in football with 101 becom- 
ing "Approved" and 24 "Certified." In basketball 
273 took the test and 150 became "Approved" and 
70 "Certified." In 1974 eighty took the baseball 
test with 48 being "Approved" and 15 "Certifed." 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commis- 
sioners and I are grateful for the cooperation the 
superintendents, principals, athletic directors and 
coaches have given us in running the program 
for the Association. 



THOMAS JEFFERSON RIFLE TEAM WINS 

The Thomas Jefferson High School Rifle 
Team won the 14th State Rifle Championship on 
April 26, 1975, with the team score of 1422. Joel 
Erwin of Greenup County High School won indi- 
vidual honors with 290 points. 

Twelve teams competed in the tournament, 
which was held at the Seneca High School. Rich- 
ard A. Conrad of the Seneca High School man- 
aged the tournament. Greenup County High 
School was second in scoring with 1382, and Fern 
Creek High School was third with 1382. Team and 
individual scores were as follows: 

Thomas Jefferson (1422) — Brandenburg, 284; 
Hagan, 287; Hudgins, 287; Keith, 277; Sims, 287. 

Greenup County (1382) — Erwin, 290; McCoy, 
278; Seelhorst, 269; Lozier, 273; Melton, 272. 

Fern Creek (1382) — BersagUa, 284; Bingham, 
280; J. Street, 258; G. Street, 285; White, 275. 

Owensboro (1355) — Kelley, 275; Hall, 277; 
Newberry, 266; Johnson, 271; Head, 266. 

Seneca (1338) — McCluggage, 259; Barwick, 
259; Strange, 263; Lake, 277; Kissell, 280. 

Jeffersontown (1335) — C. Easton, 259; Full- 
erton, 274; P. Easton, 262; Dunn, 271; Adams, 269. 

Stuart (1280) — Dozier, 268; J. Martin, 258; 
Shannon, 265; Thompson, 263; B. Martin, 226. 

Fort Knox (1094) — Walker, 216; Moss, 229; 
Tanner, 248; Brewer, 199; Isley, 202. 

Paul Blazer (1091) — Brown, 239; Faulkner, 
179; Hale, 216; Rankin, 243; Ray, 214. 

Bourbon County (1073) — Clark, 193; Garri- 
son, 238; Sale, 233; Collins, 174; Shadis, 235. 

Male (1061) — Hughlett, 249; Wright, 190; 
O'Bannon, 220; Anderson, 220; Holmes, 182. 

Valley (478) — Molden, 248; Taylor, 230. 



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Minutes of Annual Meeting 

(Continued from Page One) 
onded the motion. The motion to amend Proposal 

III failed. The proposal then failed by a vote of 
27 in favor and 29 opposed. 

Roy Reasor moved that Proposal IV be tab- 
led. Carl Deaton seconded the motion. Proposal 

IV states that "The basketball season for non- 
football schools (girls or boys) begins on October 
1 and ends with the final game of the state tourn- 
aments. 

The basketball season for football schools 
(girls and boys) begins on October 15 and ends 
with the final game of the state tournaments. 

Practice, contests or clinics for basketball 
shall be held only between the dates set for bas- 
ketball and no other organized practice, contests 
or clinics shall be permitted. The motion was de- 
feated. 

Charles Summers then moved that Proposal 
IV be adopted as stated. Thomas Johnson second- 
ed the motion. The motion failed by a vote of 27 
in favor and 31 opposed. 

Jim Pursiful moved that Proposals V 
through VllI be tabled since they all pertain to 
changes in By-Law 27, Limitations of Seasons. 
Roy Reasor seconded the motion which passed by 
a vote of 46 in favor and 9 opposed. 

Mr. Wheeler then stated that a vote on pro- 
posals IX and X would not be necessary since 
Proposals III through VIII were not passed, there- 
by making them void. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
was adjourned by President Wheeler. 

Baseball Officials 

(Continued from Page Five) 
Froedge, Ronnie B., 118 North Sunset Circle, Hopkins- 

ville 42240, 885-8611 
Gamblin, Don, 102 W. Farren, Earlington 42410, 383-5717, 

383-5511 
Gardner, Brooks E., 658 Ohio St., Lexington 40508, 252- 

7169 
Gartin. Robert B., 550 Brown St., Paintsville 41240, 789- 

5274, 789-4001 
Gaskin, Donald W., P. O. Box 22, Jamestown 42629, 866- 

6184, 343-4222 
Gibson, Robert, 235 Columbia Ave., Monticello 42633, 348- 

2586, 348-2586 
Gibson, Virgil, Revelo 42638, 376-2463, 376-2463 
Gifford, Bobby, Arlington 42021, 655-7395 
Gillaspie, Bob, Rt. 2, Box 5. Dixon 42409, 639-5522, 639- 

2651 
Gilmore. Donald, 1404 Spring St., Hopkinsville 42240, 886- 

6273. 886-3921 
Goodnight. Hershell, 424 Breckenridge St., FrankUn 42134, 

586-4235 
Grant, Neilson E., 140 12th St., Apt. 12, Beaver Dam 

42320. 274-4908, 274-7893 
Hall, Donnle R., Farler 41742, 436-6744, 251-2511 
Hall, Gregory, Garrett 41630, 358-4556 
Hina, Henry B., Rt. 1, Sturgis 42459, 333-5933, 333-4008 
Hitt. Billy D., Rt. 2, Maysville 41056, 755-7707, 564-9156 
Howard, Dwight W., 2113 Barron Dr., Owensboro 42301, 

685-1987, 684-4287 
Howard, Murph, Box 669, Harlan 40831, 573-3094 
Huddleston, Terry, Rt. 1, Central City 42330, 754-4396, 754- 

4396 
Hughes, William, Rt. 2, Franklin 42134, 586-3648 
Hull, Steven L., Bardwell 42023, 628-3244 
Hurt, Thomas C, 122 Hamilton Ave., Lancaster 40444, 

792-3067. 792-2312 
Ingram. Larry, 6139 Loretta, Louisville 40213. 964-3290, 

363-2604 
Jamerson, Wilbur, Box 1, Bypro 41612, 452-2585, 452-2110 
Jones, James Dixie, Rt. 2, Princeton 42445, 365-3110, 365- 

3110 
Joseph, Hershel, May's Branch, Prestonsburg 41653, 886- 

8867 
Jury, John David, 118 W. Broadway, Bardstown 40004, 

348-3304, 625-1812 
Kimmel, Jerry, Box 86, Beechmont 42323. 476-2656, 476- 

8378 



Lambert, Irvin G., 6412 Fern Crest Rd., LouisvUle 40291 

239-4996, 582-5504 
Lewis, John J., 539 Wooldridge Rd., Hopkinsville 42240 

885-3532 
Louden, Hubert C, Box 75, Sulphur 40070, 743-5297. 633- 

Loughry, Raymond D., Rt. 1, Central City 42330, 338-5799 
Lynch, Donnie, 103 S. Mantle, EUzabethtown 42701 769- 

2941. 765-6575 
Lynch, Lester F., 702 North Main, EUzabethtown 42701 

765-2060, 769-5592 
McCarley, Wm. S.. Rt. 1, Auburn 42206, 542-4436, 726-2451 
McClure, Jerry, 1857 Courtland Drive. Lexington 40505. 

299-5465, 293-1812 
McDowell, Gary, Big Sandy Tr. Pk., Louisa 41230, 638-9411 
Madden, William, Sassafras 41759, 476-8051 
Manasco Norman, 305 E. Walnut Street, Dawson Springs 

42408, 797-8379, 797-2017 
Maxey, Richard E., P. O. Box 87, W. Somerset 42501, 678- 

4888, 679-4401 
Miles, Ralph A, 5567-A Hiers St., RadcUff 40121, 624-1678, 

024-3510 
Mills, James Fred, Rt. 9, Marion 42064, 965-3683, 965-3186 
Mitchell, Robert M., 3618 Velma Dr.. Hopkinsville 42240. 

885-8583, 886-3921 
Monfort. Eddie, Transylvania University, Lexington 40508, 

233-8467 
MuUins, Marty Wilson, Box 144, Vicco 41773, 642-3750, 785- 

3166 
Newton, Rick, 206 Bibb Street, Campbellsville 42718, 465- 

6701. 465-5986 
Noll, John, 912 Cartmell, Morehead State Univ., More- 
head 40351, 783-3784, 783-3391 
Orem, Stuart W., Rt. 7, Box 63, Shelbyville 40065, 633-5741 
Orsborn, James, Box 143, Martin 41649, 285-9366, 285-3682 
Payne, Bob, Rt. 1, Maceo 42355, 264-1379 
Pendygraft, Doug, 604 N. Third, DanvUle 40422, 236-8443. 

236-7957 
Piccioni, Edward, 662 Brockton, Riclimond 40475, 625-5092 
Pietrowski, Paul, 107 Oaklawn Ave., Corbin 40701, 528- 

6391, 528-1630 
Pigman, Robert Hays, P. O. Box 391, Hindman 41822, 785- 

5541, 785-3166 
Polivick, David, Rt. 1, BardweU 42023, 628-3882 
Reece, Donald Allen, Edmonton 42129, 432-5895, 428-3962 
Reeves, Curtis R., 568 Severn Way, Lexington 40503, 277- 

1725. 233-1957, Ext. 245 
Rich, Dale, 7802 Vinecrest Ave.. Louisville 40222. 425- 

7559, 587-1678 
Roller, Otis. 808 Chamberrv Drive, Louisville 40207, 895- 

6356, 587-5307 
Sammons. Kenneth, Lock Ave., Louisa 41230, 638-4493 
Scott, Mark, Sparksville 42778, 378-6916. 565-3215 
Semones, John W., n, 186 Marilyn Ave., Versailles 40383, 

873-5472, 873-5472 
Sharp, Ronnie, 140 Chasteen, Middlesboro 40965, 248-3916, 

337-2425 
Shaw, Earl, 121 Hagan Ct, Lancaster 40444, 792-2370, 792- 

3018 
Slone, Don E., 308 Main St., PikeviUe 41501, 437-7301 (Bus.) 
Slucher, Ernie Ross, Rt. 4, TaylorsvUle 40071, 477-8559 
Smith, Bruce A., 13 Woodland Tr. Pk., Rt. 8, Bowling 

Green 42101, 781-4454, 781-4454 
Spurlock, Lamarr, Printer 41655, 285-3796 
Starks, Bobby R., 831 Sugg St., MadisonviUe 42431, 821- 

8889. 821-8889 
Stivers, Franklin, Rt. 8, Box 173a, London 40741, 864-2356 
Terry, John D., Hindman 41822. 785-3327. 785-3133 
Tesar, Juliann, 319 Park, RadcUff 40160, 351-3599, 624-1933 
Thomas, John G., Limestone St., MaysviUe 41056, 795- 

2139, 564-3856 
Thomas, Rudv, R. R. 4, Albany 42602, 387-5183 
Thompson, Allen, Rt. 4, Bardwell 42023. 642-2455 
Thompson, Samuel E.. R. R. 1. Box 29B, Greensburg 42743, 

932-4971. 932-4222 
Tichenor, Mike, 9803 Michael Edward Dr., Louisville 
40291, 239-2586, 239-0316 

Toms, Neal, Box 166, Park City 42160, 749-8585 
Tucker. Charles N., 5353-B KeUy St., Fort Knox 40121, 

624-5063, 624-2816 
Tuitele, Matthew V. L., 203 Millbrooke Dr., HopkinsvUle 

42240. 886-8371, 886-4484 
Vincent. Dale, 547 Richmond Dr.. MadisonviUe 42431. 821- 

0375, 383-5220 
Wallace. John. P. O. Box P. Somerset 42501. 679-2954. 678- 

5148 
Wayne, Benny L., Rt. 4, Jess. St. Pike, NicholasvUle 40356, 

885-4827, 254-8935 
Wells, Jerry, Clay City 40312, 663-5210 
Williams. Malcolm, 2024 Floradora Dr., Louisville 40272, 

967-3394, 583-2066 
Yankey. Steven T., Rt. 3A, Springfield 40069, 336-3748 
Yates, Jerry, BardweU 42023, 628-3723 

Young, Cephes, 7985 Binter Court, Fort Knox 40121, 624- 
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